from The Century Dictionary.
- Excellent; first-rate; fine; scrumptious; bangup: as, a slap-up hotel.
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- adjective informal
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- adjective very good
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Susie Bubble: I like to treat myself when in Paris to big slap-up meat fests because most of the time I'm eating in a hurry.
Not to be left out of the idiot stakes, the FA has invited Sepp Blatter to a slap-up lunch as he tours the world in a desperate effort to hang on to the Fifa job he regards as his personal property.
First up then, a really hearty slap-up breakfast: home-made waffles and epic chocolatey hot chocolate, cooked on the campfire, because ... well, because it's a beautiful day.
If I could eat whatever I liked I'd go out for a slap-up Italian meal or a Chinese takeaway.
He had even offered to take her out for a slap-up dinner the night before, his treat.
We stopped for a wee at that olde-worlde hotel in Cirencester's market square and – wow – there were the then high-flying Cardiff City strutters finishing their slap-up, meat‑and-two-veg, sit-down lunch.
When the guests had gone, Sanborn gave us a slap-up supper in his kitchen, during which Brown made a point of engaging Joe in talk, plainly to make him feel at home, and an equal member of the band - which was ironic, in its way, since Joe was a sight better educated than Brown or, as it turned out, any of his other followers.
That's why I'll 'ave the finest slap-up bagnio on the west coast goin' full steam before the year's out an 'I'll still have a tidy parcel over in the bank.
He was another Ilderim, in his way - shorter and uglier, with a smashed nose and pocked face, but a slap-up Pathan Khyberie, every inch.
On that date she and a few other people are going to be taken up to heaven for a bloody good party — slap-up meal, dance band, personal address by Christ, goody bag — while the rest of us, especially the Muslims, are consumed by fire.