verb (used with object), slopped, slopping.
to spill or splash (liquid).
to spill liquid upon.
to feed slop to (pigs or other livestock).
verb (used without object), slopped, slopping.
to spill or splash liquid (sometimes followed by about):
The children happily slopped about in the puddles.
(of liquid) to spill or splash out of a container (usually followed by over):
The milk slopped over the rim of the glass.
to walk or go through mud, slush, or water.
Informal. to be unduly effusive or sentimental; gush (usually followed by over).
to move in an idle, lazy, casual, or slovenly manner (usually followed by around or about):
to spend the weekend slopping around the house.
a quantity of liquid carelessly spilled or splashed about.
badly cooked or unappetizing food or drink.
bran from bolted cornmeal mixed with an equal part of water and used as a feed for swine and other livestock.
any similar, watery feed; swill.
the dirty water, liquid refuse, etc., of a household or the like.
tasteless or unappetizing soup, stew, or drink.
kitchen refuse; swill.
slops, Distilling. the mash remaining after distilling.
verb slops, slopping, slopped
when intr, often foll by about. to cause (liquid) to splash or spill or (of liquid) to splash or spill
(transitive) to splash liquid upon
(intransitive; foll by along, through, etc) to tramp (through) mud or slush
(transitive) to feed slop or swill to: to slop the pigs
(transitive) to ladle or serve, esp clumsily
(informal, mainly US & Canadian) (intransitive) foll by over. to be unpleasantly effusive
a puddle of spilt liquid
(pl) wet feed, esp for pigs, made from kitchen waste, etc
(pl) waste food or liquid refuse
(pl) the beer, cider, etc, spilt from a barrel while being drawn
(often pl) the residue left after spirits have been distilled
(often pl) (informal) liquid or semiliquid food of low quality
soft mud, snow, etc
(informal) gushing speech or writing
(pl) sailors’ clothing and bedding issued from a ship’s stores
any loose article of clothing, esp a smock
(pl) men’s wide knee breeches worn in the 16th century
(pl) shoddy manufactured clothing
adjective, sloppier, sloppiest. 1. muddy, slushy, or very wet: The field was a sloppy mess after the rain. 2. splashed or soiled with liquid. 3. careless; loose: sloppy writing. 4. untidy; slovenly: sloppy clothes; a sloppy eater. 5. overly emotional; gushy: sloppy sentimentality. 6. (of food or drink) prepared or served in an unappetizing way. […]
noun 1. a sandwich of ground beef cooked in a spicy tomato or barbecue sauce and usually served on a bun. 2. a baggy, overlarge sweater originally worn by girls and young women in the 1940s. 3. a man or youth whose appearance is habitually slovenly. Sloppy Joe’s noun, Slang. 1. greasy spoon. noun 1. […]
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verb (used with object), slopped, slopping. 1. to spill or splash (liquid). 2. to spill liquid upon. 3. to feed slop to (pigs or other livestock). verb (used without object), slopped, slopping. 4. to spill or splash liquid (sometimes followed by about): The children happily slopped about in the puddles. 5. (of liquid) to spill […]