from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A very light, hollow muffin made with eggs, milk, and flour.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A light hollow muffin, resembling an individual Yorkshire pudding.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kind of hot bread made of thin, smooth, well-beaten batter baked in earthen cups or gem-pans.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. light hollow muffin made of a puff batter (individual Yorkshire pudding) baked in a deep muffin cup
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A popover is not a lot of nothingness - it has lots and lots of delicious flavor.
The popover is the size of a Nerf basketball and the kind of thing it is just fun to tear into and eat until it is gone, so when ordering time comes around a significant portion of your hunger is sated.
Nestled inside the popover is a surprise: oxtail ragout.
For instance, there are "popover" menus that make it easier to make choices without leaving the screen you're on.
The new "popover" interface convention and added items on toolbars increase functionality in a way that wouldn't have made sense-and wouldn't have fit-on an iPhone or iPod touch.
The new "popover" interface convention and added items on toolbars increase functionality in a way that wouldn't have made sense -- and wouldn't have fit -- on an iPhone or iPod touch.
Primarily these are exposed through "popover" menus, especially in portrait mode, and side panels in landscape mode.
But the user interface is pretty slick, with the larger screen affording cool tricks such as popover drop-down menus and less cramped layouts for your calendar, email and other apps.
"popover" menu that lets a user see his choices without leaving the screen he's on.
"popover" menus that make it easier to make choices without leaving the screen you're on.