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Poppets are choclate covered sweets which come in a small rectangular box. They come in different flavours and also chocolate covered raisins.
I'm just going down to the shop to get some sweets, do you want some poppets?
by jockster September 12, 2008
 
1.
A term of great endearment and affection, used to describe in one word all the feelings of warmth, comfort, kindness, generosity, honesty and strength of character you feel everytime you are with that person.

A word not to be used lightly, but one that expresses great respect and admiration for those to whom it is directed.
'Trancey is a poppet'
by none October 01, 2004
 
2.
Chiefly British, meaning a darling.

A small child, a doll, a puppet.
She's such a darling, little poppet.
by Dave February 07, 2005
 
3.
like calling someone honey or sweetie.
"ello poppet"

hahaha that one cracks me up all the time
by benjiluvr!!!! March 02, 2006
 
4.
Two-inch tall figurines created by artist Lisa Snellings. White faced with pinpoint eyes, in red robe with a ruff, Poppets are an iconic representation of the universal child, viewing the world without context or assigned values, without prejudice.

Collected all over the world since 1996 and featured in art and animation. Inspiring stories by Neil Gaiman, Peter S. Beagle, Gene Wolfe and Larry Niven.
I collect steampunk Poppets.
by poppetplanetgirl May 31, 2010
 
5.
Chiefly British, meaning a darling.

A small child, a doll, a puppet
" My little sugar coated thunder Poppet"
by MILF Hunter Semi-Retired July 30, 2009
 
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a british/early american term for doll, whether speaking of the actual doll or referring to someone as Doll (noun/pronoun)
1) I left my poppets on my bed

2) "Listen here poppet..."
by This Cool Dude August 29, 2006