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slob up

SI to eat. What time do you people slob up around here? Fred stopped slobbing up long enough to change the channel on the TV set.
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slob

(slɑb)
n. a rude, fat, and unpleasant person. What a slob! Comb your hair, if you can get a comb through it!

slob up

in. to eat. Fred stopped slobbing up long enough to change the channel on the TV set.
See also: slob, up
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I did not know Marc was doing the film but he was shooting stuff in St David's and we bumped into each other,'' said Ifans, who hit the big time as Hugh Grant's slobbish flatmate Spike in Notting Hill.
But as our Razz pictures show, she has gone for a Jack Black lookalike complete with slobbish clothing, beer gut and greasy hair.
And his character could not be more different to Spike - the slobbish but loveable flatmate of Hugh Grant.
She saw Chuck, a slobbish Mexican-looking alkie plucking a harp, on the lawn of Toledo Public Library.
Major Tony Restall had become so fed-up with the slobbish behaviour of his partner's son he wanted to move out, it was claimed.
Ifans shot to fame in the hit movie Notting Hill in which he played Hugh Grant's slobbish Welsh flatmate, Spike.
Also bringing colour to the proceedings are a slobbish Andy Garcia as a federal agent and a gorgeous- as-ever Rachel Weisz as a pickpocket.
He is also well-known globally after his appearance as Hugh Grant's slobbish flatmate Spike in Notting Hill.
And maybe our great-great-grandads had a bit more civic pride than today's slobbish citizens.
The actor - who also starred as slobbish Onslow in hit BBC sitcom Keeping Up Appearances and Twiggy in The Royle Family - thought he had beaten prostate cancer a year ago.
The sitcom, penned by Roy Clarke, also featured her dysfunctional family, sisters Rose and Daisy, slobbish brother-in-law Onslow, nervous neighbour Elizabeth and her brother Emmet.
A yellow-skinned cartoon family, let by a mum with towering blue hair and a slobbish dad were embraced by the viewing public in The Simpsons.
50pm: A college's most slobbish student fraternity faces expulsion for upsetting the campus, so its madcap members plan one final act of rebellion against the college dean.
So when the long-suffering Mrs Nesbitt runs into her former childhood sweetheart, and he's the total opposite to her slobbish husband, you really can't blame her for being tempted.
The leading characters of Gary Strang (Martin Clunes) and Tony Smart (Neil Morrissey) were slobbish and childlike in the extreme.