dollop dollop  /ˈdɑ ləp/


  • (n) a small measure (usually of food)


  1. Such marriages of East and West are a harmless intermingling of cultures: a war never started by adding a dollop of wasabi to potato chips or a bindhi to Madonna's forehead.
  2. Clarke has responded to his critics with a dollop of wistful regret, followed by an adamant refusal to back down.
  3. The Yumburger has a weird, plasticky dollop of French dressing in the middle.


  • A Comprehensive GIF Guide To Lydia's Many 'Teen Wolf' Freakouts

    If we had a dollop of mountain ash for every time Lydia lost her s**t on "Teen Wolf," we'd have enough to help Scott McCall & Co. take the new Alpha Pack out of commission indefinitely. It's pretty evident that Lydia hasn't been the same ever since Peter Hale was found gnawing on her limbs, yet [...]
    on June 18, 2013     Source: MTV


  1. "What I experienced in a heartfelt way was community - you could see it, feel it," Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack said. "The cooks were watching, and if you didn't take a dollop of their bean salad, they wanted to know why."
    on Dec 3, 2006 By: Tom Vilsack Source: Kansas City Star

  2. "Thw rise in retail sales will be seen as anathema by MPC hawks who will be straining on the leash for another quick UK rate rise. With domestic demand running so strong and Chancellor Brown adding an extra dollop of stimulus through tax cuts, the...
    on Mar 23, 2007 By: David Blanchflower Source:

  3. "There are no moral problems with the IR laws. A political argument is not transformed into a moral argument simply because it's delivered with an enormous dollop of sanctimony," Mr Abbott said. "I do think that if church men spent more time...
    on Oct 14, 2007 By: Tony Abbott Source: CathNews

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