English version

glop

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglopglop /ɡlɒp $ ɡlɑːp/ American English, gloop /ɡluːp/ British English noun [uncountable]  AMOUNT informal a thick soft wet mass of somethinggloppy adjective
Examples from the Corpus
glopWe were served a lukewarm glop of tuna casserole.Harold got a clothes hanger and fished the glop out of the bowl, and Marlys mopped.
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