The Daily Pic: George Bellows got the essence of a dollop of land.
He embraced it, like the nickname “Killer,” and he fed the rage with drugs as required: Every audience demanded its dollop.
Only their choices ranged from ultra-nationalist with a dash of religion to uber-ultra-nationalist with a dollop of doctrine.
Dessert is a slice of melt-in-your-mouth treacle tart with a dollop of perfectly tart clotted cream.
To explain this ghostly occurrence, we get a dollop of gossip concerning the recent death of a hated bishop.
Then the bows lifted to the first swell, and a dollop of spray flew over them, and rattled against the bridge-screens.
Said you give him a dollop o' pudding, and it tasted of soap and hair-oil.
Such a phrase as this might be heard: "What a dollop of fat you have given me!"
But before Brother Copas could withdraw the plate a dollop of meat had been dumped upon it.
A certain weight of jute, termed a “dollop,” is laid upon the feed cloth for each revolution of the latter.
1570s, from East Anglian dialectal dallop "patch, tuft or clump of grass," of uncertain origin. Modern sense of "a lump or glob" is 1812. As a verb, from 1825.
[1812+; origin unknown]