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View synonyms for gloppy

gloppy

[ glop-ee ]

adjective

, glop·pi·er, glop·pi·est.
  1. marked by or full of glop.


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Origin of gloppy1

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Example Sentences

Some people like their overnight oats raw, and would spoon this gloppy mixture straight into their bowl.

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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).

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