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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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He can wax poetic about the virtues of flying mayonnaise (`the best accelerant') or really gloppy mashed potatoes.
This is work that one of our shoppers described as "time-consuming and gloppy.
The rust and water mix with contaminants in the fuel to create a gloppy buildup that can plug the bottom of the separator.
Whereas Chicagoans describe a New York dog as "a little limp wiener drowning in gloppy stewed onions and sauerkraut.
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Unfortunately, in the United States, gratins have been relegated to gloppy boxed mixes with cardboard textures and blah flavors.
If your lashes always look gloppy, use a tissue to wipe excess mascara from the brush before applying.
The meat is tender, non-fatty and flavorful, the sauces aren't gloppy or bland, and the whole thing is ready to go in an amazingly short period of time.
Find out much more about these gooey, gloppy, water-full, wonderful worlds in next month's Ranger Rick
Vanessa Redgrave has a lovely love scene and a grandiose death scene, a lot of sly humor, and skates past the purple passages so that she never seems responsible for the gloppy moments, the onus for which falls on the shoulders of Kevin Anderson.
In my experience, pizza was doughy crust topped with tomato sauce and gloppy cheese.
Residents of Toledo, Ohio are getting their water back, but the algal blooms that turned the waters of Lake Erie into something resembling gloppy green paint are a long-term problem that will require major changes in farming and sewage treatment throughout the Midwest.
I observed none of the stereotypic stress behaviors that are so common in shelter dogs or commercial breeding operations - although I did see one Beagle make a large, gloppy poop, and another immediately start to consume the poop (but that can happen anywhere with any breed, though most of us dog journalist witnesses remarked, "Ugh
Pensato's artistic allegiance is primarily to the paint and, like other artists fascinated with the gooey, gloppy, and glossy propensities of enamels-Marilyn Minter, Gary Hume, or Christopher Wool come to mind-Pensato has found a resonant medium and method with which to render a set of characters that simultaneously cheer and haunt.