Then they all watched while Grandpa Martin and the lollypop man dug out the goat.
Yes, but when I found a penny once and bought a lollypop, I gave you half of it.
Come into my cave and see all the lollypops I've made from the sap of the lollypop tree.
And Russ and Rose soon found that they could each get a lollypop for a penny.
His was that famous mare, lollypop, who gave birth to the yet more famous Sweetmeat.
lollypop's nerves were of the very best, but this was altogether too much for him.
And then that kind-hearted, anxious duck went into the kitchen to see if the lollypop cookies were burning.
With a tactical turn of his hand he thrust the remnant of the lollypop between the chattering jaws and spoke with sharp rapidity.
lollypop was young and raw as a calf, and Jim Silver rode well behind, giving him and his rider plenty of room.
He gets his clothes from dear lollypop's London tailor, and wears a mauve or magenta tie when he rides out to see the hounds.
1784, lolly-pops "sweetmeats, soft candy," perhaps related to loll "to dangle" (the tongue) + pop "strike, slap." Or the first element may be northern dialectal lolly "the tongue." Meaning "hard candy on a stick" is from 1920s.
A pitch that is easy to hit: will they chuckle when out-of-shape lefties lob up lollipops? (1960s+ Baseball)