adjective, glop·pi·er, glop·pi·est.
marked by or full of glop.
Origin of gloppy
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Related Words for gloppyheavy, impenetrable, opaque, stiff, deep, gooey, syrupy, fluffy, lush, luscious, rich, milky, soft, oily, greasy, creamed, velvety, compact, firm, set
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This salad comes with a 1,010-calorie price tag and 76 grams of fat (blame it on fried croutons, gloppy dressing, and cheese).9 Unhealthiest Takeout Foods
October 24, 2010