dollop definition

  • noun:
    • a sizable lump or percentage of a great matter: a dollop of frozen dessert.
    • a tiny amount or splash of a liquid: a dollop of whiskey.
    • A modicum; somewhat: maybe not a dollop of truth towards the tale.
    • a lump, information or significant quantity of anything.
    • A lump; a mass.
    • See dallop.
    • a tiny measure (usually of food)
    • a sizable swelling or percentage of a great matter: a dollop of frozen dessert.
    • A large swelling or part of a great matter: a dollop of ice-cream.
    • a sizable lump or percentage of a good matter: a dollop of ice-cream.
    • A small quantity or splash of a liquid: a dollop of whiskey.
    • a tiny quantity or splash of a liquid: a dollop of whiskey.
    • A small amount or splash of a liquid: a dollop of whiskey.
    • A modicum; slightly: perhaps not a dollop of truth towards tale.
    • A modicum; somewhat: not a dollop of truth to your story.
    • A modicum; somewhat: maybe not a dollop of truth into tale.
    • a lump, scoop or significant number of some thing.
    • a lump, information or considerable volume of anything.
    • a lump, scoop or considerable number of one thing.
    • A lump; a mass.
    • A lump; a mass.
    • See dallop.
    • A lump; a mass.
    • See dallop.
    • a tiny measure (usually of food)
    • a little measure (usually of food)
    • See dallop.
    • a tiny measure (usually of food)
  • verb:
    • to make use of haphazardly in large lumps or scoops.
    • To drip in a viscous type
    • to utilize haphazardly in good lumps or scoops.
    • to make use of haphazardly in substantial lumps or scoops.
    • to utilize haphazardly in ample lumps or scoops.
    • To drip in a viscous form
    • To trickle in a viscous form
    • To drip in a viscous type
  • others:
    • to conquer.
    • to carry out awkwardly.
    • To beat.
    • to conquer.
    • to address awkwardly.
    • to manage awkwardly.
    • To beat.
    • to address awkwardly.

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