Definition of Gollops

1. gollop [v] - See also: gollop



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gollops

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

Literary usage of Gollops

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1. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and by John Burke (1835)
"... and was father of THOMAS GOLLOP, esq. of Candle- marsh, ancestor of the gollops of that place, and of Strete, in the county of Somerset. iv. ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1900)
"While they fight, a fine male goldfish, with a harem of a hundred mates in his trail, gollops down the prize. The first octopus, by-the-bye, ..."

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