Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A tuft, bunch, or small patch of grass, grain, or weeds.
  • noun A patch of ground among corn that has escaped the plow.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete A tuft or clump.

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  • noun obsolete A tuft or clump.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Ok, I'm horrified at the spellings, but on the first one--big crack through the middle plus someone swiped a dallop!

    Two Bee Red Allowed

  • The writing, and a self-contained dallop of information is why I come to this blog daily sometimes 20 times when I keep checking before the new post is up.

    Sweet Tweets

  • Continuing on with our public service tutorial on Jewish foodstuffs, "Hamentaschen" are fillo-dough pastries filled with the finest Beluga caviar, best served chilled with toast points and a dallop of sour cream.

    Grappling With Change: A Farewell to Summer and a Return to Arms

  • You could also just dallop it on top of each serving of stew.

    Seafood Stew

  • You could also just dallop it on top of each serving of stew.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • There certainly are all three here, but nowhere on earth has such a high concentration of said people as in "the good ol' U S of A" uttered with a generous dallop of midly-retarded sounding Texas twang with slide-guitar accompaniment.

    Musings of a Drunken Monk: Joy and Heartbreak ... a List

  • Chill and serve with a big ol' dallop of whipped cream.

    Archive 2005-03-01

  • Chill and serve with a big ol' dallop of whipped cream.

    Strawberry Pie

  • There certainly are all three here, but nowhere on earth has such a high concentration of said people as in "the good ol' U S of A" uttered with a generous dallop of midly-retarded sounding Texas twang with slide-guitar accompaniment.

    Musings of a Drunken Monk: January 2005 Archives

  • There certainly are all three here, but nowhere on earth has such a high concentration of said people as in "the good ol' U S of A" uttered with a generous dallop of midly-retarded sounding Texas twang with slide-guitar accompaniment.

    Musings of a Drunken Monk: January 30, 2005 Archives

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