Definition of Golloping

1. gollop [v] - See also: gollop



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Golloping

gollared
gollaring
gollars
goller
gollered
gollering
gollers
gollied
gollies
golliwog
golliwogg
golliwoggs
golliwogs
gollop
golloped
golloping (current term)
gollops
gollumish
golly
gollying
gollywog
gollywogs
goloe-shoe
goloe-shoes
golomyanka
golomyankas
golosh
goloshe
goloshed
goloshes

Literary usage of Golloping

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1. History of Friedrich II of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle (1865)
"... falling 'prisoners to us ; and the remainder scattered on the winds, 'golloping each his own road towards covert and a new form 'of life. ..."

2. Deeds of Valor: From Records in the Archives of the United States Government by Walter Frederick Beyer, Oscar Frederick Keydel (1906)
"Lieutenant Burnett, realizing that if this man was to be saved no time must be lost, ran to his horse, mounted him, and golloping toward the soldier managed ..."

3. The Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal (1868)
"otherwise construe most of the cases, in which previously healthy individuals, a golloping phthisis follows immediately upon a haemorrhage, than that the ..."

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