verb (used without object), pop·pled, pop·pling.
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Definition for popple (2 of 2)
noun Northern U.S.
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How to use popple in a sentence
Oh, I don't know unless it's because he makes such nice popple whistles!The English Orphans|Mary Jane Holmes
To these we fastened cross pieces of "popple" and on this put a tick filled with wild hay and corn stalk leaves.
The roof was made by laying popple poles so they met in the middle and fastening them together.
So well placed and idle a gentleman was almost bound to be a bad poet and worse dramatist, and this William Popple was both.Andrew Marvell|Augustine Birrell
The remains of the forest, overgrown with scrub oak and popple thickets pushed down to the right of way.The Rules of the Game|Stewart Edward White