Jacket vs. Slop

Jacket vs. Slop — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Jacket and Slop

Jacketnoun

A short coat usually extending to the hips.

Slopnoun

Spilled or splashed liquid.

Jacketnoun

The skin of a potato.

Slopnoun

Soft mud or slush.

Jacketnoun

The dust jacket of a book or phonograph record.

Slopnoun

Unappetizing watery food or soup.

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Jacketnoun

An insulation covering for a steam pipe, wire, boiler, or similar part.

Slopnoun

often slops Waste food used to feed pigs or other animals; swill.

Jacketnoun

An open envelope or folder for filing papers.

Slopnoun

often slops Mash remaining after alcohol distillation.

Jacketnoun

The outer metal shell or case of a bullet.

Slopnoun

often slops Human excrement.

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Jacketnoun

A piece of jewelry or other ornament that attaches to an earring stud.

Slopnoun

Repulsively effusive writing or speech; drivel.

Jacketverb

To supply or cover with a jacket.

Slopnoun

slops Articles of clothing and bedding issued or sold to sailors.

Jacketnoun

A piece of clothing worn on the upper body outside a shirt or blouse, often waist length to thigh length.

Slopnoun

slops Short full trousers worn in the 16th century.

Jacketnoun

A piece of a person's suit, beside trousers and, sometimes, waistcoat; coat US

Slopnoun

A loose outer garment, such as a smock or overalls.

Jacketnoun

A removable or replaceable protective or insulating cover for an object (e.g. a book, hot water tank.)

Slopnoun

slops Chiefly British Cheap, ready-made garments.

Jacketnoun

(slang) A police record.

Slopverb

To be spilled or splashed

Suds slopped over the rim of the washtub.

Jacketnoun

(military) In ordnance, a strengthening band surrounding and reinforcing the tube in which the charge is fired.

Slopverb

To spill over; overflow.

Jacketnoun

The tough outer skin of a baked potato.

Cook the potatoes in their jackets.

Slopverb

To walk heavily or messily in or as if in mud; plod

"He slopped along in broken slippers, hands in pockets, whistling" (Alan Sillitoe).

Jacketverb

(transitive) To enclose or encase in a jacket or other covering.

Slopverb

To express oneself effusively; gush.

Jacketnoun

a short coat

Slopverb

To spill (liquid).

Jacketnoun

an outer wrapping or casing;

phonograph records were sold in cardboard jackets

Slopverb

To spill liquid on.

Jacketnoun

(dentistry) an artificial crown fitted over a broken or decayed tooth

Slopverb

To serve unappetizingly or clumsily; dish out

slopped some lasagna onto his plate.

Jacketnoun

the outer skin of a potato

Slopverb

To feed slops to (animals)

slopped the hogs.

Jacketnoun

the tough metal shell casing for certain kinds of ammunition

Slopnoun

A loose outer garment; a jacket or overall.

Jacketverb

provide with a thermally non-conducting cover;

The tubing needs to be jacketed

Slopnoun

A rubber thong sandal.

Jacketverb

put a jacket on;

The men were jacketed

Slopnoun

(in the plural) See slops.

Slopnoun

(uncountable) Liquid or semi-solid; goo, paste, mud.

Slopnoun

Scraps used as food for animals, especially pigs or hogs.

Slopnoun

Inferior, weak drink or liquid food.

Slopnoun

Domestic liquid waste; household wastewater.

Slopnoun

Water or other liquid carelessly spilled or thrown about, as upon a table or a floor; a puddle; a soiled spot.

Slopnoun

(dated) Human urine or excrement.

Slopnoun

A policeman.

Slopverb

(transitive) to spill or dump liquid, especially over the rim of a container when it moves.

I slopped water all over my shirt.

Slopverb

(transitive) To spill liquid upon; to soil with a spilled liquid.

Slopverb

(transitive) In the game of pool or snooker to pocket a ball by accident; in billiards, to make an ill-considered shot.

Slopverb

(transitive) to feed pigs

Slopnoun

wet feed (especially for pigs) consisting of mostly kitchen waste mixed with water or skimmed or sour milk

Slopverb

cause or allow (a liquid substance) to run or flow from a container;

spill the milksplatter water

Slopverb

walk through mud or mire;

We had to splosh across the wet meadow

Slopverb

ladle clumsily;

slop the food onto the plate

Slopverb

feed pigs