- British Dialect. to loll; lounge.
- to move forward with a bounding or leaping motion.
Origin of lollop
Related Words for lollopblow, shot, stroke, jab, slap, plummet, skip, dive, drop, bound, bounce, surge, take, hop, fall, vault, top, clip, jog, clout
Examples from the Web for lollop
Historical Examples of lollop
Let them lollop along in their own wretched fashion to some final imbecility!Robert Orange
John Oliver Hobbes
If we do not pick up a wind, however, there is no knowing how long we may lollop about.A Voyage in the 'Sunbeam'
Annie Allnut Brassey
I resumed my hat, and the rabbit lolloped a lollop or so out of my way.Twelve Stories and a Dream
H. G. Wells
At that moment, George was announcing in an undertone: "Here's the lollop now."The Day of Days
Louis Joseph Vance
They may look on the lollop, but not on the sulk, nor they don't 'ang their 'eads like a ill-tempered moke.
- to walk or run with a clumsy or relaxed bouncing movement
- a less common word for lounge