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Definition of "slops" []

  • Plural form of slop. Scraps that will be fed to animals, particularly to hogs. (noun)
  • Clothing and bedding issued to sailors (noun)
  • Sailors' breeches ending just below the knees or above the ankles, worn mainly in XVIII century (noun)
  • The dirty wastewater of a house. (noun)

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Use "slops" in a sentence
  • "| Private Reply bubba! what you doin! ya gotta keep the tortillas and bread separated off in a bucket of water to mush up for the chickens and turkey's breakfast and the other slops is for the pigs. wendy devlin"
  • "Mr. Povey, safe from the dentist's, but having lost two teeth in two days, was being fed on 'slops' -- bread and milk, to wit; he sat near the fire."
  • "The so-called slops were in fact a toxic mix of petroleum residues, sulphur and caustic soda which had accumulated in the ship."