gloop


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gloop

(ɡluːp) or

glop

n
informal any messy sticky fluid or substance
[C20: of uncertain origin]
ˈgloopy, ˈgloppy adj
Translations

gloop

[ˈgluːp] n (= goo) → pâte f visqueuse

gloop

n (inf)Schmiere f (inf), → Pampe f (inf)
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The Gloop Show Oozing Gloop, the world's leading, green, autistic drag queen, takes you on a psycho-magical trip from the universal AEIOU to the particular 3 3 3 2 2 (and back again).
The activities this year at this free family event include making a cardboard city, structure and den building, dressing up, arts and crafts, cooking on a campfire, bunting making, gloop kitchen, messy play and lots more.
Nickerson's character Violet was one of the children, including Augustus Gloop, Veruca Salt, Mike Teavee - as well as Charlie Bucket - who get their hands on golden tickets in Wonka bars.
Nearby, sitting in a deflated child's dinghy, is a washing-up bowl splattered with some kind of indistinguishable paste - a mystery gloop.
"When I looked at people eating gloop that looked, smelled and tasted awful I thought these people needed some sort of dignity restored to their eating.
Children were eager to be drenched in gloop when shopping centre bosses teamed up with telly channel Nickelodeon.
Charlie and the other children watch Augustus Gloop's struggles in Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
"Americans should sleep well at night" US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in a reassuring comment about the escalating crisis with North Korea "Can't believe we're all about to be killed in a nuclear war between an Oompa Loompa and Augustus Gloop" TV writer James Felton on the international situation "I suddenly thought the world's full of these extraordinary causes and injustices and here's this guy Trotsky who was so inspired by all of this that he went out to create a Russian revolution and change the world.
It arrives in a cast-iron pan, the contents cheerfully bubbling over and covered in a savory brown gloop, as though someone had pumped KFC gravy liberally over the whole thing.
Once all the eggs are added you should be left with a slightly thicker chocolate mixture that Nigella would describe as a ''glorious gloop''.
"The bland, anaemic gloop which we know perfectly well bears no resemblance whatsoever to the drink commonly known as coffee" Broadcaster Vanessa Feltz describes the liquid which goes by the name of coffee in Britain's growing proliferation of coffee shops "I used to call it, rather creepily, 'pudding'."
Viral video stars with exploding bottles of fizzy pop, an artist armed with gallons of gloop and a giant spider robot are all set to bring Life to this year's Maker Faire UK.