glop

[glop]
noun Informal.
1.
unappetizing food, especially of a semiliquid consistency.
2.
any messy substance, especially of a semiliquid consistency.
3.
sentimentality; mawkishness.

Origin:
1940–45; expressive word akin to goop, gulp

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gloop or glop (ɡluːp, ɡlɑp)
 
n
informal any messy sticky fluid or substance
 
[C20: of uncertain origin]
 
glop or glop
 
n
 
[C20: of uncertain origin]
 
gloopy or glop
 
adj
 
gloppy or glop
 
adj

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glop
1943, imitative of the sound of something viscous and unappetizing hitting a dinner plate.
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Example sentences
The resulting glop stayed firm and stretchy whatever the temperature.
So we've got to kind of glop those together into one pattern of thinking.
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