from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A strong liquor or medicine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The cry of a turkey.
Going down to the doctors on Friday – see if I get prescribed a dollop of jollop.
Councillor Tommy Backhouse in attendance, the jollop having been furnished by him.
When I found him, a mean-looking grey was rearing up and savagely lashing out with his hooves in response to a sesame sweetie that Famia was coaxing him to take; it was no doubt dosed with jollop from a sinister black pottery bottle that had already been kicked over in the fray.
But, lor ', they just went through me like jollop.
"Must give the jollop purser a drop more," said Dumlow.
"Let him mind his salts-and-senna and jollop," said Jack sharply.
"It's very kind of you to say so, my dear, and of course I shouldn't think of going without some camomiles, and poppy-heads, and a little castor-oil, and salts and senny, and jollop.
I'll take anything he likes to give me, even if it's jollop, and won't make a face. "
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