Definition of Gloppy

1. Adjective. soft and soggy; mushy. ¹



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Definition of Gloppy

1. resembling glop [adj -PIER, -PIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gloppy

glooped
gloopier
gloopiest
gloopily
gloopiness
glooping
gloops
gloopy
glop
glope
glopped
gloppen
gloppier
gloppiest
glopping
gloppy (current term)
glops
glore
gloria
glorias
gloriation
gloriations
glorie
gloried
glories
glorieth
gloriette
glorification
glorifications
glorified

Literary usage of Gloppy

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1. Shame about the Title: Poems that Point and Snicker by Matt Fitzgerald (1994)
"... Then all the mourners loaded guns And shot his corpse, and shot, and hit, Till naught was left but gloppy runs, For surely he'd have asked for it! ..."

2. Programming, Pitfalls and Puppy-Dog Tales by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1993)
"[H: That is, until Public Law 102-14 (please check number) when it became Public Law to utilize “Jewish” religion in the US of A.] * A vast engine of gloppy ..."

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