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Hopple vs. Popple

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Hopplenoun

A fetter for horses or cattle when turned out to graze.

Popplenoun

(dialect) poplar

Hoppleverb

(transitive) To impede by a hopple; to tie the feet of (a horse or a cow) loosely together; to hobble.

Popplenoun

Choppy water; the motion or sound of agitated water (as from boiling or wind).

Hoppleverb

To entangle; to hamper.

Poppleverb

Of water, to move in a choppy, bubbling, or tossing manner.

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Hoppleverb

To impede by a hopple; to tie the feet of (a horse or a cow) loosely together; to hamper; to hobble; as, to hopple an unruly or straying horse.

Poppleverb

To move quickly up and down; to bob up and down, like a cork on rough water.

Hoppleverb

Fig.: To entangle; to hamper.

Poppleverb

To move quickly up and down; to bob up and down, as a cork on rough water; also, to bubble.

Hopplenoun

A fetter for horses, or cattle, when turned out to graze; - chiefly used in the plural.

Popplenoun

The poplar.

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Hoppleverb

strap the foreleg and hind leg together on each side (of a horse) in order to keep the like-sided legs moving in unison;

‘hobble race horses’;

Popplenoun

Tares.

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