lollop


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lol·lop

 (lŏl′əp)
intr.v. lol·loped, lol·lop·ing, lol·lops
1. To move with a bobbing motion.
2. Chiefly British To lounge about; loll.

[Alteration of loll.]

lol′lop·y adj.

lollop

(ˈlɒləp)
vb (intr)
1. to walk or run with a clumsy or relaxed bouncing movement
2. a less common word for lounge
[C18: probably from loll + -op as in gallop, to emphasize the contrast in meaning]

lol•lop

(ˈlɒl əp)

v.i.
to move forward with a bounding or leaping motion.
[1735–45; obscurely akin to loll]

lollop


Past participle: lolloped
Gerund: lolloping

Imperative
lollop
lollop
Present
I lollop
you lollop
he/she/it lollops
we lollop
you lollop
they lollop
Preterite
I lolloped
you lolloped
he/she/it lolloped
we lolloped
you lolloped
they lolloped
Present Continuous
I am lolloping
you are lolloping
he/she/it is lolloping
we are lolloping
you are lolloping
they are lolloping
Present Perfect
I have lolloped
you have lolloped
he/she/it has lolloped
we have lolloped
you have lolloped
they have lolloped
Past Continuous
I was lolloping
you were lolloping
he/she/it was lolloping
we were lolloping
you were lolloping
they were lolloping
Past Perfect
I had lolloped
you had lolloped
he/she/it had lolloped
we had lolloped
you had lolloped
they had lolloped
Future
I will lollop
you will lollop
he/she/it will lollop
we will lollop
you will lollop
they will lollop
Future Perfect
I will have lolloped
you will have lolloped
he/she/it will have lolloped
we will have lolloped
you will have lolloped
they will have lolloped
Future Continuous
I will be lolloping
you will be lolloping
he/she/it will be lolloping
we will be lolloping
you will be lolloping
they will be lolloping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been lolloping
you have been lolloping
he/she/it has been lolloping
we have been lolloping
you have been lolloping
they have been lolloping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been lolloping
you will have been lolloping
he/she/it will have been lolloping
we will have been lolloping
you will have been lolloping
they will have been lolloping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been lolloping
you had been lolloping
he/she/it had been lolloping
we had been lolloping
you had been lolloping
they had been lolloping
Conditional
I would lollop
you would lollop
he/she/it would lollop
we would lollop
you would lollop
they would lollop
Past Conditional
I would have lolloped
you would have lolloped
he/she/it would have lolloped
we would have lolloped
you would have lolloped
they would have lolloped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.lollop - walk clumsily and with a bounce
walk - use one's feet to advance; advance by steps; "Walk, don't run!"; "We walked instead of driving"; "She walks with a slight limp"; "The patient cannot walk yet"; "Walk over to the cabinet"
Translations

lollop

[ˈlɒləp] VImoverse desgarbadamente
to lollop alongmoverse torpemente, arrastrar los pies

lollop

[ˈlɒləp] vi (British)avancer (or courir) maladroitement

lollop

vi (also lollop along, animal) → trotten, zotteln; (puppy, rabbit)hoppeln; (person)zockeln

lollop

[ˈlɒləp] vi (Brit) → camminare (or correre) goffamente
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References in classic literature ?
The three hundred years from 1200 to 1500 were the years of the Metrical Romances.
Perhaps one of the most interesting of these Metrical Romances is that of Havelok the Dane.
There must have been a Norman original of the Scottish metrical romance of Rauf Colziar, in which Charlemagne is introduced as the unknown guest of a charcoal-man.
Yet Horace Walpole wrote a goblin tale which has thrilled through many a bosom; and George Ellis could transfer all the playful fascination of a humour, as delightful as it was uncommon, into his Abridgement of the Ancient Metrical Romances.
On one of these, a couple of young girls lollop happily on a bed, and the caption explains their pleasure.
They had to wait until the second half at the Stadion Stegersbach to catch a first glimpse of David Stockdale - and a little longer for the impressively-constructed Cheikh Ndoye to lollop on to the pitch.
In previous years I've managed to lollop round in a half-walk, half-jog formation, but this year I've been training.
Inset) There's a whimsical lollop to this gentle, playful summery meander.
I muttered to myself, bleakly, observing through the kitchen window our rabbit Jasper's easy, leisurely lollop towards a carrot, which was glowing like a beacon in the dawn murk around his bowl.
For example, the Kirkheaton walk is called Lizzie's Lollop, and is named after Elizabeth Drake aged nine, who died in a mill fire after being locked inside, in 1818.
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She often stayed at Churston Court, a former Saxon Manor, a stone's throw from Brixham and now a cosy country inn, famous for its carvery and the owner's two huge mastiff dogs who lollop through the beamed bars.