gloppy

[glop-ee]
adjective, gloppier, gloppiest.
marked by or full of glop.

Origin:
glop + -y1

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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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Gloppy and gummy, it tastes as if it were delivered by bicycle after sitting around for hours.
As a whole, it is remarkably light and not at all gloppy.
It is sweetish and gloppy and a first cousin of dog food.
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