Grouse, too, were numerous in the popple thickets, and flushed much like our ruffed grouse of the East.
"The Mountains" by Stewart Edward White
The wind dragged a shirt-sleeve from the 'popple' or pebble which held it down.
"The Well-Beloved" by Thomas Hardy
I've sate under it mony a bonnie summer afternoon, when it hung its gay garlands ower the poppling water.
"Guy Mannering, or The Astrologer, Complete, Illustrated" by Sir Walter Scott
Ten acres of grass marsh, perhaps twenty of ploughed land, and then the ash-white-green of popples.
"The Forest" by Stewart Edward White
Never met Mrs. Popple?
"The Penalty" by Gouverneur Morris
The remains of the forest, overgrown with scrub oak and popple thickets pushed down to the right of way.
"The Rules of the Game" by Stewart Edward White
Now, the seven families who lived on the borders of the great Lake Pipple-Popple were as follows in the next chapter.
"Nonsense Song" by Edward Lear
When they's anything the matter with me, I take a lunkin' ol' swig of popple-bark and bourbon.
"Prairie Folks" by Hamlin Garland
Thou wert always like a very popple for hardness, and smoothness, ay, and slipperiness.
"The Armourer's Prentices" by Charlotte M. Yonge
Still old Popples was not satisfied.
"Salt Water" by W. H. G. Kingston