pippin Sometimes people joke about musical theater and they make jazz hands.
Patina Miller in pippin is the polar opposite of a princess—hard-edged and icy, wearing black pants and boots, oozing power.
Competition could come from Terence Mann, who charms in pippin, or Charl Brown from the mostly ignored Motown the Musical.
But not so much in 1996, when a then-foundering Apple introduced the “multimedia” hardware platform, the pippin.
Andrea Martin has only one big scene in pippin, but it stops the show almost every night.
pippin puffed at his pipe meditatively for a few minutes, considering the serene face and the flying fingers.
It was so in the Pequod with the little negro pippin by nick-name, Pip by abbreviation.
pippin could see no more till the newcomer, turning his profile to the rising moon, displayed a crooked nose.
They were crowned and consecrated by the Church, as pippin and Charlemagne had been.
With a little bow and another regretful look around him, pippin turned toward the door.
: a pipperoo flick
[fr pippin, a prized kind of apple; the shift was probably fr peach as one kind of excellent fruit to pippin as another]