Definition of Dollops

1. Noun. (plural of dollop) ¹



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Definition of Dollops

1. dollop [v] - See also: dollop

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dollops

dollies
dolling
dollish
dollishly
dollishness
dollishnesses
dollkind
dollmaker
dollmakers
dollmaking
dollman
dollmans
dollop
dolloped
dolloping
dollops (current term)
dollopy
dolls
dolly
dolly-bird
dolly-birds
dolly-boy
dolly bird
dolly birds
dolly grip
dolly grips
dolly knot
dolly knots
dolly mixture
dolly mixtures

Literary usage of Dollops

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1. Post Haste: A Tale of Her Majesty's Mails by Robert Michael Ballantyne (1880)
"dollops ! come here, and bring the kettle with you." dollops—the little girl above referred to—was particularly small and shy, ineffably stupid, ..."

2. Medii ævi Kalendarium by Robert Thomas Hampson (1841)
"... on dollops or slices of bread, which were subsequently changed to slices of meat. dollops of meat were also salted on this day for the ensuing fast. ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1890)
"On which Wise notes—a dollop of tea was a certain weight, equal to 28 pounds in Hants. (2) sb. A lump of anything. Ex. ' Thom 'taters are dollops of flour. ..."

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