any of numerous roundish or oblate varieties of apple.
Botany. a seed.
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How to use pippin in a sentence
pippin Sometimes people joke about musical theater and they make jazz hands.Neil Patrick Harris and Best Moments of the 2013 Tony Awards (VIDEO) | Kevin Fallon | June 10, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Competition could come from Terence Mann, who charms in pippin, or Charl Brown from the mostly ignored Motown the Musical.
Patina Miller in pippin is the polar opposite of a princess—hard-edged and icy, wearing black pants and boots, oozing power.
Andrea Martin has only one big scene in pippin, but it stops the show almost every night.
Among the musical honorees lie Matilda, The Musical, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, pippin, and Kinky Boots.Amanda Seyfried Nabs Givenchy Campaign; Vogue UK Gets a Little Sister | The Fashion Beast Team | May 1, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
And the upshot of it all was that the story was more than a peach; it was a pippin.From Place to Place | Irvin S. Cobb
"Miss Isobel's a pippin," said Quin, in a tone that implied a compliment.Quin | Alice Hegan Rice
Chauncey was over fifty then, and wizened up like a late pippin that has been out overnight in an early frost.Letters from a Self-Made Merchant to His Son | George Horace Lorimer
There the fugitive pippin, swimming in water not of the purest, and bobbing from the expanded lips of the juvenile Tantalus.Bentley's Miscellany, Volume II | Various
The chaplain sighed; he was glad, heartily glad, that pippin was "out," but he would miss him sadly; everybody would miss him.Pippin; A Wandering Flame | Laura E. Richards
British Dictionary definitions for pippin
any of several varieties of eating apple with a rounded oblate shape
the seed of any of these fruits
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