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loblolly

noun lob·lol·ly \ˈläb-ˌlä-lē\
plural lob·lol·lies

Definition of LOBLOLLY

1
dial
a :  a thick gruel
b :  mire, mudhole
2
dial :  lout

Origin of LOBLOLLY

probably from English dialect lob to boil + obsolete English dialect lolly broth
First Known Use: 1597

Rhymes with LOBLOLLY

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