View definitions for pop up

pop up

noun as in pop fly

Discover More

Example Sentences

There are over 10,000 Russian fashion agencies training girls from age four, and new ones pop up every month.

About the only thing nearby that smacks of politics is an adjacent pop-up Halloween costume store.

Real-estate expert Julian Hitchcock told Grub Street he expects to see more chain restaurants pop up in New York.

The Massachusetts-based entertainment group is known for throwing pop-up parties on college campuses.

Kacinskis is looking to license the shirts and plans to sell them online after the pop-up closes.

Then you pop up in a blizzard in the middle of the night an' cut me loose.

So our vegetables will be wonders if they pop up in ten days time.

They pop up their heads when disturbed by people treading on their houses.

"Figure out some kind of armor that will stand off whatever kind of ray they pop up with, I guess," offered Sherman.

I have known radishes to pop up within three days, when the weather was warm and damp.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pop-up, such as: bloop, blooper, looper, can of corn, and texas leaguer.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.