slipslop

[slip-slop]

Origin of slipslop

First recorded in 1665–75; gradational compound based on slop1
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Historical Examples of slipslop

  • Slipslop answered, she had told her ladyship so (as indeed she had).

  • This last speech of Slipslop raised a tempest in the mind of her mistress.

  • His energetic and splendid style of writing elevated the journalism of sports from the slipslop methods of his predecessors.

  • Upon which Slipslop gave her an account of her meeting Adams with him on the road, and likewise the adventure with Fanny.

  • First Mrs. Slipslop incommodes the framework by her intrusion, and then Parson Adams enters to complete the disaster.

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British Dictionary definitions for slipslop

slipslop

noun
  1. archaic weak or unappetizing food or drink
  2. informal maudlin or trivial talk or writing
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