Apparently it pops out contrary to the intention of Mr. Greenwood.
The figure of the man, still rigid, flew up into the air like a stick that pops out of the water.
Don't you know what it is to bite a gooseberry at the front door while it pops out at the back?
You chop the damned thing out, root and branch, and there it pops out again, miles away from where it started.
Close by the gate is the cutest little house with an old man inside it who pops out and touches his hat.
"All right here," is the inspector's mental verdict as he pops out again suddenly as he entered.
Woodstock Wizard puffs at that and wrinkles up his forehead and pops out his eyes.
That being so, one tries to conceal it, though sometimes it pops out like a lizard from a crevice.
She is so small and spry that it is hard work to keep track of her, and she pops out at the most unexpected times and places.