- v cause or allow (a liquid substance) to run or flow from a container
- v walk through mud or mire
- v ladle clumsily
- v feed pigs
- s very drunk
- He slopped carbolic acid on the open wounds of accident cases brought to him.
- Through the rain a company of battle-seasoned Philippine Scouts slopped up toward the Bataan front, rifles aslant.
- Over the years, developers walled in balconies and slopped a few extra floors on top of these once perfect structures.
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- Food system needs more transparency
Transparency declaration: I like food!! The older I get, the more time I attend to it and the more I find myself savoring good food — grown and produced with care, cooked with attention to detail, not just slopped on the plate.
June 12, 2013 - City Pulse
- Mark Owen in Digital Spy
Mark Owen said: "One night me, Gary and Howard went out for a drink - and we had a couple of drinks - and we thought, 'We can do it!' Basically we were a bit slopped up and we phoned Jay, I think he was at a wedding, and we said, 'Jay, Jay, we've...
- Harry Reid in CQPolitics.com
The Orwellian Bush administration has now slopped over into the Senate, and now the Republican leader is now becoming Orwellian himself,Reid said. "They want to stall the FISA legislation as long as they can, and they've done a pretty good...
- Bill Parcells in San Antonio Express
We just weren't ready to play,coach Bill Parcells said of his team's mistakes. "I could tell (the players) just slopped around. I have to take the blame for it. I don't know if I can get them to do anything. I certainly haven't been able...