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popped

1. mod. arrested. (Similar to busted.) He was popped for hardly anything at all.
2. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. She looks glassy-eyed because she’s popped.
See also: pop
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I don't know whether the idea came suddenly to Tink, or whether she had planned it on the way, but she at once popped out of the hat and began to lure Wendy to her destruction.
I saw her enter another shop, baby linen shop or some nonsense of that sort, so it was plain for what she had popped her watch; but what cared I?
Under the bed went the basket, and into the beds went the conspirators, and nothing could have been more decorous than the appearance of the room when Betsey popped her head in.
Mastro Cherry grew dumb, his eyes popped out of his head, his mouth opened wide, and his tongue hung down on his chin.
Anyhow, he popped the question, and Miss Avery, she said
Old Augustus, blinking good-naturedly, opened his mouth and in popped Wallace's head.
Thomas Mugridge popped out of his galley like a jack-in-the-box.
And there's nothing quite like the aroma of freshly popped corn.
Zesty Buffalo Style Pop Corn Ingredients: 3 tablespoons hot-pepper jelly 1 teaspoon Cajun seasoning 1 tablespoon zero-calorie margarine cooking spray 1 bag (3 ounces) JOLLY TIME Healthy Pop 94% Fat Free Microwave Pop Corn, popped 20 baked ranch-flavored crackers 16 reduced-fat cheese snack crackers Prep time: 10 minutes In a small bowl, combine jelly, Cajun seasoning and margarine spray; mix well.
Estimate: What will the mass of the popped kernels be?
Each box contains four single-serve bags - and pops to about 4 to 5 cups of popped popcorn.
The savory blend of popped pop corn, cornbread stuffing, apples and apple juice makes a distinctive, earthy addition to this tradition-filled meal.
For more than a year, the owner of Frontier Kettle Korn has popped up at rodeos and farmers markets throughout Ventura County.
In response, most chains began offering popcorn popped in sunflower or canola oil.