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Definition of "pop out" [pop out]

  • To leave a room or building with the expectation of returning soon. (verb)
  • To be retired after three strikes, including a popouts (pop fly) on the third strike. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "pop out" in a sentence
  • "And the bit where he petitioned the Disney Company to open a “Vietnamland,” where you could chuck phosphorous grenades into tunnels and animatronic screaming yellow flamers would pop out and perish in the foliage?"
  • "But Castillo, staggering like a drunk to his left to make the play, had the ball pop out of his mitt, scoring Derek Jeter, the runner from third."
  • "“And,” the woman continued, “I suppose one of the under-wires in my bra might pop out and poke him in the eye . . .”"