[ pop-guhn ]
/ ˈpɒpˌgʌn /
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How to use popgun in a sentence
Now and then I'd come across a little pop-gun pistol, just about right for plugging teeth with, which I'd throw out the window.Sixes and Sevens|O. Henry
He did not forget to arm himself quite to the teeth with his pop-gun, his bow, and his air-pistol.The Lilac Fairy Book|Andrew Lang
I never did; with the pop-gun and umbrella you will revolutionize the science of angling.Mr. Dide, His Vacation in Colorado|Lewis B. France
But we'll look, anyhow, and maybe I can scare one of them with my pop gun.Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue at Camp Rest-A-While|Laura Lee Hope
At once it bursts out into full flower, with this funny noise, like a pop-gun.
British Dictionary definitions for popgun
/ (ˈpɒpˌɡʌn) /
a toy gun that fires a pellet or cork by means of compressed air and makes a popping sound
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