lollop

verb lol·lop \ ˈlä-ləp \

Definition of lollop

intransitive verb
1 dialectal, England : loll
2 : to proceed with a bounding or bobbing motion

Examples of lollop in a Sentence

  1. the dog raced off and then lolloped back with a large stick in its mouth

Origin and Etymology of lollop

loll + -op (as in gallop)


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