verb (used without object), pop·pled, pop·pling.
Origin of popple1
noun Northern U.S.
Origin of popple2
Examples from the Web for popple
Historical Examples of popple
The wind dragged a shirt-sleeve from the 'popple' or pebble which held it down.The Well-Beloved
To these we fastened cross pieces of "popple" and on this put a tick filled with wild hay and corn stalk leaves.Old Rail Fence Corners
I was working in my field, throwing out manure, when I saw the prisoner come out of the popple thicket on Pritchard's place.
He had lost track of his victim in the popple thicket, but had come across Kincaid's cap, which he had appropriated.
We had been giving the ladies a pull about the harbour, and were passing the “Popple,” when her owner made his appearance on deck.The Cruise of the Frolic