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  • Either way, the point being that while this casserole is absurdly easy and kind of reminds you of 1950s era casserole with its reliance on canned soup, it packs a wollop of flavor.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • A 150 gr bullet 30 grains powder packs a wollop of 2200 ft pound of muzzell velocity.

    Best deer hunting caliber?

  • Summary: very nice; nothing cute or over the top, one of the best overall brews you're going to find anywhere; personally, for IPAs I like a bit more wollop in the hops, a less balanced beer - and dang it, if that makes me weird, so be it; makes me want to ditch the Americans for the British.

    Beer Review: New Glarus IPA

  • So, I used only a tablespoon but I still got a good wollop of yummy butteryness - the liquid gets all tucked into the leaves as they wilt.

    Braised baby bok choy

  • That little inset picture of Obama above doesn't provide much of an emotional wollop either.

    Franklin Avenue

  • It was perfectly juicy and packed a wollop of, not overwhelming, flavor.

    madrigle Diary Entry

  • I give Buck one good wollop across the rump with the pam of my hand.

    Blue Ridge Country

  • He fa'r jump, he did; an 'den bimeby Mist' Vanrevel he say dat no man oughter be given de pilverige to sell another, ner to wollop him wid a blacksnake, whether he 'buse dat pilverige er not.

    The Two Vanrevels

  • He's always told me that when he could afford to, he'd like to cut the traces and wollop the race with his pen.

    The Place Beyond the Winds

  • I can't very well do it myself and keep you covered at the same time, and while I ought to give you a wollop on the jaw, same as you done to me, I ain't goin 'to do it.



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  • Verb, to hit, when you just can't bring yourself to wallop someone.

    July 10, 2008