} } Wellchopped | Define Wellchopped at Dictionary.com Thesaurus Translator Reference Word of the Day Blog Slideshows Apps by Dictionary My Account Log Out Log In follow Dictionary.com Dictionary Thesaurus Translator More... Spanish Dictionary Quotes Word Dynamo Writing Dynamo Reference Our Blog Daily Crossword Crossword Solver How Well Do You Know English Slang? Favorite Button CITE Translate Facebook Share Twitter Tweet Google+ Share chopped [chopt] /tʃɒpt/ IPA Syllables Word Origin adjective 1. diced, minced, or cut into small bits. 2. (of an automobile) streamlined; lowered. Origin Expand 1540-1550 1540-50 Related forms Expand unchopped, adjective well-chopped, adjective Dictionary.com UnabridgedBased on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014. Cite This Source Slang definitions & phrases for wellchopped Expand chopped adjective Of a car, having the chassis lowered or the fenders removed or both (1950s+ Hot rodders) Of a motorcycle, having the front brake and fender removed, the wheel fork extended forward, and the handlebars raised (1950s+ Motorcyclists) The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers. Cite This Source Word of the Day Difficulty index for chopped Most English speakers likely know this word Word Value for wellchopped 0 0 Scrabble Words With Friends Nearby words for wellchopped well-to-do well-trained well-traveled well-travelled well-treated well-tried well-trodden well-turned well-understood well-upholstered well-used well-versed well-wisher well-woman well-wooded well-worn well-written well-wrought welland welland canal welland ship canal wellaway wellbeing wellborn wellbutrin wellchopped welldigger's ass welldoing weller welles welles, orson wellesley wellesz wellhausen, julius wellhead wellhole wellhouse wellie wellies wellingborough wellington wellington boot wellington boots wellington, duke of wellingtonia wellness wellpoint wells wells' syndrome wells, david ames wells, h. g.