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moppy

1. slang Disheveled or untidy in appearance; tousled. Said especially of hair. You were cute when you were a kid. Look at that adorable moppy hair you had!
2. obsolete slang Drunk. We were a fair bit moppy coming out of the tavern.

mopped

and moppy
mod. alcohol intoxicated. Jack was a little moppy to be driving.
See also: mop

moppy

verb
See mopped
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For more information on purchasing Moppy Hats design, see www.moppyhats.com
JOB CLUB PLUMPTON racecourse has appointed Lisa Muschamp as sales and marketing executive, to replace Moppy Peate, who is taking over running her family's business after more than seven years at the track.
For more than 20 years until his retirement in 1954, 'Moppy', as he was known (courtesy of his thick black hair), was the outstanding figure on the Turf.
As founder of Moorcroft, I would like to express my sincere thanks to Adrian Pratt, Patrick Davis, Moppy Peate and the team at Plumpton for the huge effort they make every year, and also for the generosity of all the bidders in the auction, including the likes of Simon Tindall and Andy Stewart, who are staunch supporters.
He should get contact lenses, cut that long, moppy hair and go a bit less over the top with his attitude.
Apart from the wonderful mid-summer weather in October, a huge part of this highly successful event was down to Patrick Davis and Moppy Peate, chief executive and marketing manager of Plumpton racecourse respectively, who between them showed so much attention to detail.