Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A kind of egg-nog.

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Examples

  • They had twirled all the arrows, bought all the jewelry, inspected all the colored eggs, blown at all the spirometers, and tasted all the egg-pop which the festal day re - quired.

    Oldport Days

  • One or two young farmers 'boys were a little up - roarious with egg-pop, and danced awkward break - downs at the end of the tent.

    Oldport Days

  • They had twirled all the arrows, bought all the jewelry, inspected all the colored eggs, blown at all the spirometers, and tasted all the egg-pop which the festal day required.

    Oldport Days

  • One or two young farmers 'boys were a little uproarious with egg-pop, and danced awkward breakdowns at the end of the tent.

    Oldport Days

  • Did not the rows of yellowing Willows and Button-Bushes on each side seem like rows of booths, under which, perhaps, some fluviatile egg-pop equally yellow was effervescing?

    Excursions

  • -- by the Frog-Pond, when there were frogs in and the folks used to come down from the tents on section and Independence days with their pails to get water to make egg-pop with.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works

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