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Definition of "pop off" []

  • To leave, and return in a short time (verb)
  • To die suddenly. (verb)
  • To kill someone. (verb)
  • To speak frankly; usually to someone else's disdain (i.e. popping off at the mouth). (verb)
  • To release flatulence, in most cases, in short rapid succession. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "pop off" in a sentence
  • "The hope was that the Triton's viewing dome would pop off the sub before the pressure in the cabin crushed Rachel's lungs."
  • "It was spreadeagled with rigor mortis and the body had swelled enough in decomposition so that buttons had started to pop off the shirt, which the night before had been pajama-loose."
  • "“Anytime dudes and liquor is both in play, anything could pop off ’round this bitch.”"
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