jollop

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jollop

1. informal A strong liquor, tonic, or medicine. The witch gave him a mysterious, foul-smelling jollop, promising that it would imbue him with incredible strength. You should try one of Mike's jollops. There's nothing better to cure a hangover.
2. informal Any viscous, semi-solid substance, especially a cream, ointment, or salve. The dermatologist gave me some oily jollop to smear on the rash. He filled in the cracks in the wall with a sticky jollop.
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jollop

(ˈdʒɑləp)
n. a drink of liquor She poured a big jollop into each of the glasses and then drank them one by one.
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