Definition of glop
1 : a thick semiliquid substance (such as food) that is usually unattractive in appearance
2 : tasteless or worthless material
gloppyplay \ˈglä-pē\ adjective
Examples of glop in a Sentence
I remember the glop they used to feed us for school lunch.
the restaurant served glop that brought back unpleasant memories of my high school cafeteria
Recent Examples of glop from the Web
The easiest way to ruin a perfectly good sandwich is with a glop of stinky, white failure sauce.
So two of the younger roommates cook, emerging an hour later with a glutinous, inedible glop.
Now, researchers are on to phase two: turning that cellular glop into a square inch of honest-to-goodness muscle tissue.
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Origin and Etymology of glop
First Known Use: circa 1944See Words from the same year
GLOP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of glop for English Language Learners
: a thick, wet mixture or quantity of something unpleasant
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