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  • noun Alternative spelling of papadom.

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Examples

  • The curry had a real kick to it and came with a raw onion salad which was quickly demolished, raita, chutney and poppadum.

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  • "This tale of three brothers who meet up on an Indian train to bond and find themselves has a kooky, laid back charm and is full of Anderson's trademark themes and surreal eye candy, but ultimately, for all its offbeat wit and road-to-enlightenment send-ups, it feels a little thin - more poppadum (albeit a fresh and spicy one) than chapati."

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  • The curry had a real kick to it and came with a raw onion salad which was quickly demolished, raita, chutney and poppadum.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • "This tale of three brothers who meet up on an Indian train to bond and find themselves has a kooky, laid back charm and is full of Anderson's trademark themes and surreal eye candy, but ultimately, for all its offbeat wit and road-to-enlightenment send-ups, it feels a little thin - more poppadum (albeit a fresh and spicy one) than chapati."

    GreenCine Daily

  • …but has little more resilience than an over-fried poppadum

    Dembski's Obsessive Complaints of Obsession - The Panda's Thumb

  • Every piece of information I discover about Dembski, including the contents of his own blog, convinces me even more that the guy’s ego is the size of a small planet but has little more resilience than an over-fried poppadum.

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  • Julie BillD is like last night’s poppadum gone soggy.

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