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slop

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of slop

  1. 1 soft wet earth <slipped and fell in the slop behind the shed> Synonyms guck (or gook), mire, muck, ooze, slime, mud, sludge, slushRelated Words gumbo, silt; clay, dirt, gravel, humus, loam, sand, soil

  2. 2 slops pl  solid matter discharged from an animal's alimentary canal <cleaned the slops out of the cow barn> Synonyms dirt, doo-doo, dung, excrement, excreta, feces, ordure, poop, scat, slops, soil, wasteRelated Words night soil, stool; dunghill, guano, manure, midden, muck; spoor; sewage, sewerage; coprolite

  3. 3 that which is of low quality or worth <that songwriter turns out nothing but slop, and record buyers eat it up> Synonyms cheese, crapola [slang], dreck (also drek), muck, rubbish, sleaze, junk, slush, trash, tripeRelated Words camp, kitsch; claptrap, humbug, nonsense; bomb, clinker, clunker, dud, lemon, stinker, turkey; mess, muddle, shambles

  4. 4 a thick semiliquid substance (as food) that is unattractive <some slop that the cafeteria staff claims is edible> Synonyms glop, swillRelated Words crud, goo, goop, guck (or gook), gunk




slop

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of slop

  1. 1 to cause (something liquid or mushy) to move along in sheets <she slopped water everywhere when she picked up the full pan> Synonyms dash, splash, slosh, spatter, swashRelated Words dabble, lap, plash, wash; spray, sprinkle, spritz; squirt

  2. 2 to swallow or eat greedily <watched the game while slopping prodigious quantities of beer> Synonyms bolt, cram, devour, glut [archaic], gorge, gormandize, gulp, ingurgitate, inhale, raven, scarf, scoff, gobble, wolfRelated Words overeat, pig out, swillNear Antonyms nibble, peck, pick




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