But she, too, had an interest in spiritualism, though he was much more deeply influenced by Mrs. popper than she.
It came as though a dagger had been thrust into the heart of Mrs. popper.
"Maybe the boy would behave himself this time, popper," Mrs. Zwiebel interceded.
With all popper's money, we've never been able to get a real good footing.
"Yes, popper," said the girl, and Jack's heart began to play the anvil chorus on the xylophone of his ribs.
"If you would like to see my popper, I can manage it," she said hesitatingly.
Sometimes they had pop-corn, and Dickey always shook the popper.
An example of the former is met with in popper's well-known "Elfentanz."
He nodded in reply, and sprinkled the popper with kernels again, and she went back to her bench, carrying the pan under one arm.
The noise of the popper, however, was what startled the team and caused it to "dig in."
popper pop·per (pŏp'ər)
An ampoule of amyl nitrite or butyl nitrite used as a stimulant drug.