[pop-eed] /ˈpɒp id/
covered or adorned with :
affected by or as if by opium; listless.
covered with poppies
of or relating to the effects of poppies, esp in inducing drowsiness or sleep
[pop] /pɒp/ verb (used without object), popped, popping. 1. to make a short, quick, explosive sound: The cork popped. 2. to burst open with such a sound, as chestnuts or corn in roasting. 3. to come or go quickly, suddenly, or unexpectedly: She popped into the kitchen to check the stove. 4. to shoot with […]
[pop-ing] /ˈpɒp ɪŋ/ noun, Cricket. 1. a line parallel to and in advance of a bowling crease, marking the limit of a batsman’s approach in hitting the ball. noun 1. (cricket) a line four feet in front of and parallel with the bowling crease, at or behind which the batsman stands
[pop-it] /ˈpɒp ɪt/ noun 1. a usually plastic bead that can be connected to or detached from others of the same kind without hooks or clasps, used to form necklaces, bracelets, etc.
[pop-uh l] /ˈpɒp əl/ verb (used without object), poppled, poppling. 1. to move in a tumbling, irregular manner, as boiling water. noun 2. a poppling motion. [pop-uh l] /ˈpɒp əl/ noun, Northern U.S. 1. a poplar of the genus Populus. /ˈpɒpəl/ verb (intransitive) 1. (of boiling water or a choppy sea) to heave or toss; […]