[ slop-shop ]
/ ˈslɒpˌʃɒp /


a store at which cheap, ready-made clothing may be purchased.

Origin of slopshop

First recorded in 1715–25; slop2 + shop Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for slopshop

  • Here was no jig-saw, paper-patterned, conventional German or French slopshop toy, daubed over with ill-smelling paint.

    The Jack-Knife Man|Ellis Parker Butler
  • At the first slopshop I encountered in the suburbs of the town, I got a carpet-bag and a clerical-looking suit.

    A Rogue's Life|Wilkie Collins
  • So that as soon as my comrade was decently array'd at the first slopshop we came to, 'twas high time to seek an inn.

    The Splendid Spur|Arthur T. Quiller Couch
  • Slopshop, a tailors shop where inferior work is done, and where cheap goods are sold.

    The Slang Dictionary|John Camden Hotten