verb (used without object), pop·pled, pop·pling.
Origin of popple1
Definition for popple (2 of 2)
noun Northern U.S.
Origin of popple2
Examples from the Web for popple
Still they continued running up and down the bunting on board the “Popple.”The Cruise of the Frolic|W.H.G. Kingston
Mrs. Popple soon made her appearance; and having ascertained the object of the visit, proceeded to conduct them into the house.
It touched my heart and I lay listening for a time but heard only the loud whisper of the popple leaves.
The attentions of Mrs. Popple and Miss Wintlebury soon brought the young woman again to herself.
What a thrill came to me when I saw the house and the popple tree and the lilac bushes—they looked so friendly!