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  • adjective Possible to pop ;capable of being popped.


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  • And forever after have learned to warn my students about potentially poppable things in the lab.

    When things go flying, you have to laugh Image Goddess 2007

  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: The new cheesy bites pizza from Pizza Hut, a pizza with 28 poppable bites, packed with melted cheese, $11.99 for a large.

    CNN Transcript Feb 1, 2006 2006

  • It's not poppable like its predecessor, but it does save space and shipping costs.

    Executive Air 2006

  • Scanning the crevices of my dentist's nostrils for poppable pimples, searching his eyes for signs of medical alarm.

    weeme Diary Entry weeme 2002

  • Terra firma is poppable on, if it is nothing else.

    Love Me Little, Love Me Long Charles Reade 1849

  • But, if you are prone to overeating pickable, poppable foods, they may not be the best thing for you.

    The Full Feed from Heather Bauer 2012

  • I was promised poppable tires in halo 2, what happened to that

    Joystiq [Xbox] Xav de Matos 2010

  • Freshly fried beignets ($3) were far eggier and therefore wetter than most, but still plenty poppable under a classically messy mound of powdered sugar.

    Serious Eats: New York 2010

  • I hear The Situation's clothing line comes with boot-cut pant legs, poppable collars, and genital crabs.

    News from 2010

  • Yet there's something about their grainy crunch that, when combined with Emily's high quality milk chocolate coating, makes these guys extremely poppable and addictive.

    ZOMG, Candy! 2009


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