His fondness for paddling in the ditches and "slumgullion" at one time suggested a water spaniel.
We could not eat the bread or the meat, nor drink the "slumgullion."
With a mocking gurgle, about a dram of “slumgullion” passed into his mouth.
“I would have dreamed about turkey dinners and slumgullion and fudge,” said Slim, spearing his fourth potato.
His breast, legs, and feet—when not reddened by "slumgullion," in which he was fond of wading—were white.
She was plied with slumgullion and every other delicacy, and her health was drunk in numerous cups of cocoa.
Then they handed us a mess which some of us called 'slumgullion,' composed of diseased beef.
Sorter clears him out, you know, of all the slumgullion that's in him.
We could not eat the bread or the meat, or drink the 10 "slumgullion."
Any inferior and esp unidentifiable food or drink; a nasty nameless stew;slop
[1847+;origin unknown; perhaps a vaguely echoic denigrating coinage related to slum1]