- the dirty water, liquid refuse, etc., of a household or the like.
- tasteless or unappetizing soup, stew, or drink.
Origin of slop1
OTHER WORDS FROM slopun·slopped, adjective
Words nearby slop
Other definitions for slop (2 of 2)
- clothing, bedding, etc., supplied to sailors from the ship's stores.
- cheap, ready-made clothing in general.
- short, baggy trousers, worn by men, especially sailors, in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Origin of slop2
How to use slop in a sentence
This waterproof boot helped us love winter, whether we were on wet slop, powder, hiking trails, or city streets.
Specifically, it doesn’t produce as much downward pressure on the heel of your boot, so in a powered-up turn, the G-forces can overcome the binding and result in lateral slop.Marker’s New Touring Binding Does (Almost) Everything|Marc Peruzzi|February 22, 2021|Outside Online
Out of the wok comes an umami-rich slop, fried rice only in memory.Celebrate the House Meal, the Go-To Dish for When There’s No One to Satisfy but Yourself|Jaya Saxena|September 30, 2020|Eater
But draft one can be a bit “less hard” because you just slop it down.
I never apprehended,” puts in Dr. Slop, “that such a thing was ever thought of—much less executed.A Cursory History of Swearing|Julian Sharman
But, when I looked down, I saw that she had taken away the good egg and left the bad one—all green and yellow—in the slop basin.
May-be you expected to have a china bowl and pitcher in your room, and somebody to empty your slop.The English Orphans|Mary Jane Holmes
Slop sinks have practically the same connections as the closets.Elements of Plumbing|Samuel Dibble
Wash the slop jar and chamber with the cleaning substance or soap and the stiff brush.The Library of Work and Play: Housekeeping|Elizabeth Hale Gilman