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  • adj. Resembling pop music.

Etymologies

pop +‎ -like (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • There was one song by Mr. Roseman, a warmly poplike ballad called "Fortunato," and two by Mr. Endsley, including one that resembled a warm-up exercise, with his long tones soberly set against a kind of Morse-code syncopation.

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  • Even the packaging of this disc is more subdued than on previous Eroica CDs, although the groups characteristic poplike liveliness comes out in the charming encores.

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  • Nothing here approaches that sprawl; the songs average a poplike four minutes.

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  • (Tuesday) Mr. Udden, a soprano and alto saxophonist, has indulged a poplike melodic streak on a pair of albums for the Fresh Sound New Talent label.

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