Definition of popper
1 : one that pops; especially : a utensil for popping corn
2 slang : a vial of amyl nitrite or butyl nitrite used illicitly as an inhalational aphrodisiac
Recent Examples of popper from the Web
There was an old-fashioned popcorn popper and a vat to spin pink cotton candy — candy floss, the British call it.
Early-morning risers can take advantage of that great topwater bite with walking baits, poppers and Buzzbaits in and around primary and secondary points.
Brooklyn power poppers Charly Bliss are here with a wet hot American music video for the hookiest song on their excellent debut album Guppy.
Even the suggestion of limiting press access on Capitol Hill, amid all of the traditions regarding the media that have been shattered over the past two years, is an eye-popper.
Largemouth bass at dusk or dawn, fished dry in the reeds with poppers, rubber legged patterns.
Cotton Cordell pencil poppers in bone, blue back or black color.
NORTH COAST LAKES LAKE BERRYESSA Bass anglers are getting some great action on the top with poppers, walking baits, buzzbaits and just about anything on the surface early in the morning.
Bruhl and two guests beat the rain to the area Wednesday morning to catch bass, reds and even a few keeper speckled trout, almost non-stop on frogs, poppers, worms and craws.
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First Known Use of popper
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Definition of popper for English Language Learners
: a pan or electric machine for making popcorn
Medical Definition of popper
slang : a vial of amyl nitrite or butyl nitrite especially when used illicitly as an inhalational aphrodisiac
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