Recent Examples of poppy from the Web
The synthetic drugs are cheaper and easier to produce than heroin is because they are made from chemicals instead of fields of poppies.
This look created for Project Runway Episode 11 by Hector Simancas, Avon's lead makeup artist for Project Runway Season 16 proves poppy lids and lips are not mutually exclusive.
Each of the three eye and cheek palettes includes five shades that range from poppy, high-impact brights to everyday neutrals that oh-so-conveniently work together in perfect harmony.
Only opposition from Germany, which is unlikely, would prevent the poppies being displayed at English soccer’s national stadium.
Especially fine seeds, such as alyssum and poppies, are simply sprinkled onto the prepared soil, pressed down and watered in.
Among the sunflowers, green tomatoes, wild poppy leaves, herbs, sorrel, and spinach, the theatre of Manor Garden Allotments unfolded.
Corn poppies are the famous European red poppies of Flanders field.
Lastly, the collection boasts a golden shimmer gloss and three poppy matte lipsticks that range from orange to red.
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Origin and Etymology of poppy
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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