psychological or pseudopsychological counseling, interpretations, concepts, terminology, etc., often simplistic or superficial, popularized by certain personalities, magazine articles, television shows, advice columns, or the like, that influence the general public.
[pop-ee] /ˈpɒp i/ noun, plural poppies for 1, 2, 4–7. 1. any plant of the genus Papaver, having showy, usually red flowers. Compare . 2. any of several related or similar plants, as the or the . 3. an extract, as opium, from such a plant. 4. Also called poppy red. an orangish red resembling […]
noun 1. a southern European plant, Anemone coronaria, of the buttercup family, having tuberous roots and solitary, poppylike, red, blue, or white flowers, grown as an ornamental.
[pop-ee-kok] /ˈpɒp iˌkɒk/ noun 1. nonsense; bosh. /ˈpɒpɪˌkɒk/ noun 1. (informal) senseless chatter; nonsense n. 1865, American English, probably from Dutch dialect pappekak, from Middle Dutch pappe “soft food” (see pap) + kak “dung,” from Latin cacare “to excrete” (see caca). noun Nonsense; foolishness [1865+; apparently fr Dutch pappekak, ”soft dung”]
- Poppy day
noun 1. an informal name for Remembrance Sunday