The table in overturning overset the slop-pail, and the slops went on the floor too.
I had to hand them over to him, and he tore them up and chucked the pieces into the slop-pail.
And now that slop-pail in which the cigarette ends were swimming looked incredibly disgusting.
Water your rose with a slop-pail when it's in bud, and you'll be asked the name of it when it's in flower.
For he really was deep in that slop-pail or extinct-scandal department, and had heard a great many things.
He used to forget to empty the chief's slop-pail, and the water would overflow the cabin.
In another corner was a diminutive basin the size of a saucepan, a slop-pail, and a can of water.
Put grease into the grease-pot, and whatever else may be on the plates, into the slop-pail.
Under the sink should be kept a slop-pail; and, on a shelf by it, a soap-dish and two water-pails.
This is convenient, as the whole of the ground beneath the house can thus be used as a slop-pail, waste-basket, and rubbish heap.