verb (used with object), slopped, slop·ping.
verb (used without object), slopped, slop·ping.
- the dirty water, liquid refuse, etc., of a household or the like.
- tasteless or unappetizing soup, stew, or drink.
Origin of slop1
Related formsun·slopped, adjective
Definition 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
Examples from the Web for slop
But draft one can be a bit “less hard” because you just slop it down.
Even he would allow some of the water to slop from his mouth and be wasted in the sand.Dust of the Desert|Robert Welles Ritchie
She was excellent at a slop or a puddle, but she could do nothing with a tempest.'Thoughts on African Colonization|William Lloyd Garrison
A register of the slop clothing, soap, and tobacco, issued to the men; also of the religious books supplied.The Sailor's Word-Book|William Henry Smyth
She was excellent at a slop, or a puddle, but she should not have meddled with a tempest.Sketches of Reforms and Reformers, of Great Britain and Ireland|Henry B. Stanton
And when one stops to consider, how essentially impious and irreverent to humanity are the novels of the Slop and Glucose school!Shandygaff|Christopher Morley