lollipop

lol·li·pop - [lol-ee-pop] - /ˈlɒliˌpɒp/

Noun
1. a piece of hard candy attached to the end of a small stick that is held in the hand while the candy is licked.
Also, lol·ly·pop.

2. a boiled sweet or toffee stuck on a small wooden stick
3. ( Brit ) another word for ice lolly

Origin:
1785–95;  dial. lolly  tongue + pop

Example Sentences:
It was not a tree planted by modern civilization and then cropped down into a lollipop  shape.
Believe me if you had my kind of day, a lollipop  could make your day.
The silver pole shrinks to a lollipop  stick in his giant hand, his blue gym bag thuds to the floor.
The tiny faces shared the same arced hairline, full chin, lollipop  cheeks.

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