goop

1 [goop]
noun Informal.
a bad-mannered or inconsiderate person; clod; boor.

Origin:
expressive coinage, apparently first used by Gelett Burgess in his book Goops and How to Be Them (1900)

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goop

2 [goop]
noun Slang.
a viscous or sticky substance; goo.

Origin:
1955–60; expressive coinage akin to glop, gook1, etc.

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goop (ɡuːp)
 
n
1.  a rude or ill-mannered person
2.  any sticky or semiliquid substance
 
[C20: coined by G. Burgess (1866--1951), American humorist]
 
'goopy
 
adj

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goop definition

[gup]
and goup
  1. n.
    slop; gunk; bad food. : You get used to this goup after a while.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
Copyright 2007. Published by McGraw-Hill Education.
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Example sentences
The resulting goop is used for many things-food processing, cosmetics, and such.
As the foot goes into the goop with toes spread, it makes the initial footprint.
First, you will get a build-up of goop and foreign objects in your sink drain.
Those at a distance still die but their goop isn't vaporized.
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