adjective, sloppier, sloppiest.
muddy, slushy, or very wet:
The field was a sloppy mess after the rain.
splashed or soiled with liquid.
sloppy clothes; a sloppy eater.
overly emotional; gushy:
(of food or drink) prepared or served in an unappetizing way.
(of clothes) loose-fitting; baggy:
a big, sloppy sweater.
(of the surface of a racetrack) wet from a recent or continuing heavy rain and containing puddles and mud still too thin and watery to be sticky.
adjective -pier, -piest
(esp of ground conditions, etc) wet; slushy
(informal) careless; untidy
(informal) mawkishly sentimental
(of food or drink) watery and unappetizing
splashed with slops
(of clothes) loose; baggy
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 […]
noun 1. a store at which cheap, ready-made clothing may be purchased.