"slop" Definition

  1. a policeman. At first back slang, but now modified for general use.
  2. cheap, or ready-made, as applied to clothing, is generally supposed to be a modern appropriation; but it was used in this sense in 1691, by Maydman, in his _Naval Speculations_; and by Chaucer two centuries before that. SLOPS properly signify sailors’ working clothes, which are of a very cheap and inexpensive character.

More About slop

Position in the dictionary: 3227 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: slope, slops, slopshop, slour, sloured, slowcoach, slowed, slubberdegullion, sluicery, sluicing one’s bolt
Previous words in the dictionary: slogging, sloggers, slogdollager, slog, slips, slipping, slip, sling your hook, sling, slick

The Slang Dictionary's Entry for slop

Read The Slang Dictionary's historical definition of the slang word "slop" on this page. Also learn other useful information about "slop", including the position in the dictionary and the next and previous terms to be discovered.