from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A soft soggy mixture, as of food: cafeterias serving nondescript glop.
- n. Slang Something, such as a piece of writing, that is judged to be worthless.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To stare in amazement.
- n. Any gooey substance.
- v. To swallow greedily.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To stare.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. writing or music that is excessively sweet and sentimental
- n. any gummy shapeless matter; usually unpleasant
The line came in response to research which showed that women liked moisturizing body washes, but not the "glop" and "grease" associated with them.
As my (top loading) washer fills with water I dump in a half cup of the "glop" and wait for it to dissolve before adding the clothes but the glop never dissolves!!
Once this glop was strained in cheese cloth, it did form a sort of dry cakey crumble remotely goat cheese-like.
Two and a half hours of retch-worthy glop, set to the greeting-card lyrics of Iris Rainer Dart ("It's never been easy / It's always been rough / I give her my life / But it's never enough") and the perfectly serviceable music of Mike Stoller (who is better known as the other half of Leiber & Stoller) and Artie Butler.
Come on, howzabout some REAL news and not this mindless space-taking glop!
The nasty gooey LeSueur-mushy glop was more than I could handle.
Every time I make this dish I splatter myself with glop.
I felt some soggy bits of my peanut butter and jelly sandwich fall from above and smack right onto my head with repeating glop sounds as they landed on my head one, two, three.
The leather holster under my arm had started to feel like a giant mole that had been exposed to too much sunlight and needed a glop of aloe rubbed into it.
To the olive-sized Australopithecine brain, hundreds of stabbings was a fair price for a fistful of sugary glop.