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poop1 the superstructure on the stern of a ship. [2 definitions]
poop2 (informal) to cause to become exhausted.
poop3 (slang) reliable information.
poop4 (slang) feces; excrement. [2 definitions]
poop out to become exhausted. [2 definitions]
poor without money, possessions, or other means of livelihood. [7 definitions]
poor boy see hero sandwich.
poorhouse a residential institution for the poor, supported at public expense.
poor laws a system of laws providing for public relief and assistance for the poor, esp. in England in the nineteenth century.
poorly in a poor manner; badly; inadequately. [2 definitions]
poormouth to complain about one's lack of funds or other resources, sometimes as an excuse. [2 definitions]
pop1 to make a short, light, explosive sound. [17 definitions]
pop2 (informal) of, relating to, or performing popular music. [2 definitions]
pop3 (informal) father.
pop. abbreviation of "population."
pop art a form of modern art that uses subjects from everyday life and the mass media, and adapts techniques of commercial art such as comic strips.
pop concert a concert by a symphony orchestra playing popular and light classical music.
popcorn any of several varieties of corn whose kernels pop open into crunchy puffs when heated. [2 definitions]
pop culture short for popular culture.
pope (often cap.) the bishop of Rome, head of the Roman Catholic Church. [3 definitions]
popeyed having bulging, wide-open eyes, as in astonishment or disbelief.