poppit

or pop·pet, pop-it

[pop-it]
noun
  1. a usually plastic bead that can be connected to or detached from others of the same kind without hooks or clasps, used to form necklaces, bracelets, etc.

Origin of poppit

First recorded in 1955–60; from the verb phrase pop it
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Examples from the Web for poppit

Historical Examples of poppit

  • “I will go and tell Mr. Wyse instantly—dear,” said Mrs. Poppit.

    Miss Mapp

    Edward Frederic Benson

  • Mrs. Poppit was too much interested in what she said to mind where it came from.

    Miss Mapp

    Edward Frederic Benson

  • “Oh, not a bad-sized little room,” said Mrs. Poppit encouragingly.

    Miss Mapp

    Edward Frederic Benson

  • Quite suddenly all the group, with the exception of Mrs. Poppit, melted away.

    Miss Mapp

    Edward Frederic Benson

  • About Mrs. Poppit now: had she gone to see Mr. Wyse or had she gone to the dentist?

    Miss Mapp

    Edward Frederic Benson