Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of slop.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. very drunk

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Most of them were vagabonds who had "slopped" over from one faction to the other during the war, regulating their maneuvers according to the prospect of danger or safety, always keeping in view their chances to steal a sore-back pony or a speckled calf, and aspiring to the appellation of stock-owners.

    The Authentic Life of Billy The Kid

  • "Pittsburg Joe," who was second hall-man, use to join "Rover Jack" in his sprees, and it was a saying of the pair that Erie County pen was the only place where a man could get "slopped" and not be arrested.

    The "Pen" - Long Days in a County Penitentiary

  • Second Hall-man, used to join Rover Jack in his jags; and it was a saying of the pair that the Erie County Pen was the only place where a man could get "slopped" and not be arrested.

    The Pen

  • Pittsburg Joe, who was Second Hall-man, used to join Rover Jack in his jags; and it was a saying of the pair that the Erie County Pen was the only place where a man could get "slopped" and not be arrested.

    The Pen

  • This kind of thinking has slopped over into the modern world, which is why goldbugs sound so kooky.

    Matthew Yglesias » Alan Reynolds Embraces Deflation

  • And on that first morning, I would have eaten anything slopped in front of me.

    Kings of Colorado

  • Even boasting having once supported an ecosystem that included giant—and I mean GIANT green and grayish we think monsters who slopped around in the mud all the time and ate each other with big teeth.

    An Essay on People who Behave in a Slimy Manner

  • I insisted on participating from start to finish so I took my place in front of the boys and slopped food onto about 250 plates.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Among the finalists, a Bologna Lollipop, A Duck Frog Hog Dog (adding a little duck and frogs legs to your frank) and the Meat Man Parfait (nothing beats some mystery meat slopped together with mashed potatoes in a see-thru container).

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • He slopped another slimy trail across my cheek, chewing on his tongue as he concentrated.

    Brush of Darkness

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