clopped clopped


  1. (n) the sound of a horse's hoofs hitting on a hard surface
  2. (v) make or move along with a sound as of a horse's hooves striking the ground


  1. Behind them clop-clopped three past commanders of the American Legion Hanford MacNider, Louis Johnson and Henry Stevens.
  2. In Loureno Marques, Mozambique, a hippopotamus clopped into a gas station, thunderously knocked over empty oil drums, hit the road, chewed $200 damage out of a passing car.
  3. Through the streets of Boston last fortnight clip-clopped a horse ridden by a Negro wearing a ballet costume and a red wig.


  • True Blood Recap: Like a Prayer

    As a society, we've learned not to expect too much of a midget pony. Yes, most of us agree that midget ponies look terrific. But say one of them clip-clopped up to the rolled-down window of your El Camino and began to speak articulately about theology or civil rights or ... More »
    on June 24, 2013     Source: Vulture

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