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  • n. Plural form of gloop.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gloop.


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  • He wants to normalise his firstborn, a grownup who gloops maple syrup over spaghetti and appears to have ADHD.Patriarchal interventions aside, Buddy has broader societal problems to solve: there's an "energy crisis" with Santa's sleigh and the Clausometer is waning because no one believes any more.

    My favourite film: Elf

  • Like the gloops of brown oil that are spreading across the Gulf of Mexico, the economic ripple effects of the disaster are widening.

    Deepwater oil spill victims, from waitresses to cabbies and strippers, plead for BP payouts

  • (Is it just me or does that album artwork look a bit like the gloops from Sealab 2021?!)

    "Where's the money, Lebowski?" (Music (For Robots))

  • It was a festa of standing up and falling over, a festa of groping and blundering, a carnival of inexplicably weakened knees and looming pallid faces streaked with congealed or dripping gloops and glots of sand.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • As gloops of oil begin to wash up on thousands of miles of beaches from Texas to the Florida Keys, and 88000 miles of water have been declared a no-go zone for fishermen, nobody in the US seems in doubt that BP is to blame for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. - Articles related to Obama criticizes BP's CEO

  • We may be near the end of the session but they still have salads to make; vegetable dishes to finish; sticky puddings to whisk up and white savoury gloops that they mustn't allow to stick to the bottom of the pans. / Food & Drink - Kitchen politics

  • I could probably do without all this stuff; it makes for a potentially sloppy burger - especially with the shredded lettuce, which slides out the back and sides in gloops of special-sauced messiness.

    A Hamburger Today

  • Life is mirrored in the art - the genocidal landscape of 20th-century history is gorged upon and spat out onto canvases in which paint and image, form and matter, congeal in visceral gloops of despair.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

  • We usually do it on a Sunday or when it’s raining or there’s not a lot to do and it can be great fun especially seeing the girls covered in some of my homemade avocado or banana gloops dripping from their faces.

    Mates, Dates Guide To Life, Love, and Looking Luscious


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