A style of dancing that incorporates the rhythmic contraction of the dancer's muscles and pantomimed movements, usually to funk or hip-hop music.(noun)
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Use "popping" in a sentence
"In this context, the term popping describes clustered balls or bubbles of interspersed conduit energies that abruptly pop up and down the same way corn reshapes and redefines itself when confined in a hot container."
"If it were, I could understand the title popping into their heads automatically."
"You can almost hear college basketball fans across the country do double takes when they see his name popping up in the headlines after all these years."