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  • verb Present participle of glop.

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Examples

  • Given that it's 98% fat and 2% carbs (there's like two noodles thrown in for good measure in between all the glopping layers of creamy, hot cheese), I'm suspicious that this was like eating a pure stick of butter for all the nutritional good it did.

    Red Velvet, Again

  • "No, not stertorous," reflects our narrator three pages in, remembering his ailing father, "rather wheezeful, softer, gulping, an immeasurably beautiful strange ancient fish glopping glooping groping rasping for air, at air …" But in this quest for literary uniqueness, there is too much calculation and coldness; something of the "love" needed to make it a full-blooded work of art is missing.

    Debut fiction: Quilt by Nicholas Royle; The Lost and Forgotten Languages of Shanghai by Ruiyan Xu; The World Beneath by Cate Kennedy

  • He actually initially thought that it had been over-exuberant cooking (of food!?!) that caused the glopping.

    The Moral of the Story, Part Deux

  • He actually initially thought that it had been over-exuberant cooking (of food!?!) that caused the glopping.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • And there, my friends, was a huge glopping of soap.

    And the moral of the story is ...

  • I promised the photos of the sad, ruined wood from my lying, glopping soap experience.

    The Moral of the Story, Part Deux

  • I promised the photos of the sad, ruined wood from my lying, glopping soap experience.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • And there, my friends, was a huge glopping of soap.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Are cake decorators really so swamped at Easter or any time, really that they can't even take the time to put on their glasses before glopping all that icing on to their "creations?"

    Easter Potpourri

  • The production lines for Berkley's soft-plastic PowerBait lures are just a few doors away, with tanks of liquid plastic at one end; some glopping, hissing, and sighing machinery in the middle; and skeins of colorful worms emerging from the other end.

    Field & Stream's John Merwin Explores the Lure Lab at Pure Fishing

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