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glop

(glɑp)
1. n. unappetizing food; gunk; anything undesirable. Do we have the same old glop again tonight?
2. tv. to slop or plop something (onto something). She glopped something horrible onto my plate.
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6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Glop & Glam Hair Products posts record growth after the first two quarters of 2014, enjoying 70% sales growth year over year, compared to the same period in 2013.
Blanketing an area the size of a half-dozen football fields, a large copper-orange glop flowed from a stormwater drainage opening and slowly drifted eastward before breaking down in the water later in the day along the Jumeirah beachfront.
The sauce was especially good in that it was a true sauce and not a gelatinous glop that is often the case at lesser Chinese restaurants.
She'd distressed the shirt with a razor blade, distressed the pants with black Doc Martens, and distressed me with the ocean of glop she'd dolloped on her hair.
A tiny, pearlescent bud vase looks like melting glop.
Now, researchers are on to phase two: turning that cellular glop into a square inch of honest-to-goodness muscle tissue.
A rare late-spring rain has turned my favorite route, the Musch Trail, into, well, a trail of mush, liquefying sections to a Woodstock-grade glop that coats my boots and sends me hydroplaning down the slightest incline.
The most innovative part of the exhibit for me had to be the Glop Recipe area, which is just as disgusting as it sounds.
In my mind, Promise immediately became renamed I Can't Believe My Arteries Aren't Clogged with Glop.
Most restaurants serve too much food, and pile on the glop these days too.
Whether it does justice to Mr Jordan or not, the game is boring, cliched, Middle Earth fantasy glop, with pseudo-Celtic naming conventions you need a pint of throat-phlegm to pronounce.
Yum-yum good," he said, stirring the glop in his glass.
Soils, swamp glop, animal rumens and even human feet yield genetic signatures of distinctive fungi that no microscope has ever focused on.
We began our meal with appetizers: French onion soup ($5) with rich broth but a glop of provolone floating on top, which was not needed; and baked stuffed mushrooms with a seafood filling ($8), which were enjoyable, but not remarkable.
Rubbed with chalk dust and plaster, its largely pink surface supports a glop of petroleum jelly colored with yellow acrylic, and the shredded remains of two household rubber gloves, one pink and the other yellow.