from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of lollipop.
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- n. Alternative spelling of lollipop.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A coarse sweetmeat, made of sugar and treacle, usually with the addition of butter and flour; taffy.
- n. plural Sweets; bonbons; candies.
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Whereas the general public is quite concerned and reasonably so about the proliferation of 'lollypop' girls; those with huge heads and stick figured bodies, there is far less concern about the proliferation of obesity and health issues related to being overweight.
The BrainPort is a tiny video camera attached to a pair of sunglasses which are linked to a plastic "lollypop" the user places on their tongue to read the electrical pulses.
Nigel Humphrey, 50, from Belvedere Avenue, Lancing, narrowly missed crashing into 44-year-old Anne Ford and hit her 'lollypop' with his Landrover as she stood terrified in the middle of West Street, Sompting, last July.
One shining example would be with the lollypop scene.
For "Silver Cupcake Paper Dress," Mr. Cotton printed out snapshots of, among other things, a lollypop, two red lips and a multi-tiered cake, and paired them with a charcoal drawing of a woman wearing the cake as a hat.
Push a wooden skewer or lollypop stick into each of four medium-sized apples.
We've been married 35 years, and I'm not saying he's not human, and I'm not stupid enough to think he's never "undressed" a voluptuous little lollypop with his eyes, but I'm seriously insecure and it's not fair, that at our age, he looks like a mature, gracefully aging Clark Kent and I look like an old Peppermint Patty.
Obama bribes Kucinich with a Air Force One and a lollypop
Or again: 'If don't get straight into the car, you can't have a lollypop...' and my mom pointed out that sooner or later they'll answer:
'I don't want dessert anyway,' or: 'I don't care about watching cartoons,' or again: 'I don't feel like a lollypop'.