American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To move with a bobbing motion.
- v. Chiefly British To lounge about; loll.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To loll or lounge idly; move heavily or be tossed about.
- n. A sprawl; a flop.
- v. To walk with a bouncing motion.
- v. To loll or lounge
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. Low. To move heavily; to lounge or idle; to loll.
- v. walk clumsily and with a bounce
- Alteration of loll. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“But Julia marched on, and started to lollop and then to jog.”
“When I got to the County trials though I met people who put my enthuastic lollop into perspective.”
“We watched a surfing dog lollop frantically in the sand here I'll post more pics on Flickr -- and I remembered, for an instant, the freedom of not needing to be watching anyone, not needing to be "on.”
“Although the town is still accessible only by train or light aircraft, its guesthouses are packed during late summer and autumn, when the vast ice-sheet over the bay melts, forcing around 1,000 bears to lollop around for months on the shore.”
“I don't have time to lollop downstairs, drenched, and whip up some stink-fre towels.”
“I resumed my hat, and the rabbit lolloped a lollop or so out of my way.”
“I on the other hand would marvel at the brisk pace they would lollop off on when we were supposed to be having a leisurely walk....”
“Tinned beef is cold eating, though; and salt water spoils biscuits; and the waves tumble and lollop much the same hour after hour — tumble and lollop all across the horizon.”
“Not everybody could have swum out through that entrance, against a spring-tide and the lollop of the sea; and one dash against the rocks would have settled me.”
“‘The One with green hangings,’ She replied; ‘I have just been at the trouble of getting it ready, and have put fresh sheets upon the Bed; If the Gentleman chooses to lollop and lounge upon it, He may make it again himself for me.’”
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