glop glop  /ɡ ˈlɑp/


  1. (n) any gummy shapeless matter; usually unpleasant
  2. (n) writing or music that is excessively sweet and sentimental



  1. Scandinavians and Italians were among the pioneers in molding a wide variety of chemical glop into dazzlingly new and comfortable forms.
  2. Charlotte, who has radiated glop but still hopes to vibe right, finds out that she angers pint.
  3. For those who also stop to consider the caloric implications of their decision, Baskin-Robbins offers the following guide to the dietetic damage potential of twelve glop favorites.


  • Honey's Sit 'n Eat South does Philly diner legacy proud

    When a diner loses its soul, the meat loaf arrives welded to the plate in a brown sludge of unnaturally thick gravy. The bacon is ironed paper-flat, limp and dry. The cream of broccoli soup is lukewarm glop. The fried eggplant rounds are half raw. The coffee tastes like it was steeped through brown paper bags.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer


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