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Dallop vs. Dollop

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Dallopnoun

A tuft or clump, especially an unploughed patch amongst fields of corn.

Dollopnoun

A considerable lump, scoop, or quantity of something, especially soft food.

β€˜Each pancake comes with a dollop of suspiciously soft butter in a tiny plastic cup.’;

Dallopnoun

(obsolete) dollop.

Dollopverb

(transitive) To apply haphazardly in generous lumps or scoops.

β€˜She dolloped a generous quantity of mustard on her hot dog.’;

Dallopnoun

A tuft or clump.

Dollopverb

(ambitransitive) To dole out in a considerable quantity; to drip in a viscous form.

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Dollopnoun

a small measure (usually of food)

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