slopped


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slopped

mod. alcohol intoxicated. I’ve never seen a senior citizen so inelegantly slopped as was Walter.
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References in classic literature ?
Then the incipient assassin held a basin of water under my chin and slopped its contents over my face, and into my bosom, and down the back of my neck, with a mean pretense of washing away the soap and blood.
Plates of meat swimming in gravy were handed round by boys in white jackets, and as they flung each plate down with the quick gesture of a prestidigitator the gravy slopped over on to the table-cloth.
Jane, spreading toast in a stately manner, while Mac slopped his tea about without receiving a word of reproof.
As I toddled along, the beer slopped over the rim upon my legs.
You really have only two choices: fill and plate, or live with a bunch of voids under the part and solder slopped on the bottom side of the printed circuit board.
The Globe points out that the super-lobbyist's Russian clients slopped huge sums of money into the "US Family Network," a nonprofit established by Abramoff supposedly to raise money for Evangelical Christian charities--but that actually was used as a slush fund for Abramoff and his cronies.