milk sop

milk sop
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  • milk|sop — «MIHLK SOP», noun. an unmanly fellow; coward: »He was no milksop; he rode, and shot, and fenced (Lytton Strachey). SYNONYM(S): mollycoddle. ╂[< milk + sop] …   Useful english dictionary

  • milk|sop|ism — «MIHLK SOP ihz uhm», noun. the character of a milksop; effeminacy …   Useful english dictionary

  • milk·sop — /ˈmılkˌsɑːp/ noun, pl sops [count] old fashioned : a weak boy or man …   Useful english dictionary

  • milk — milk; milk·en; milk·er; milk·i·ly; milk·i·ness; milk·less; milk·man; milk·ness; milk·sop; milk·sop·ping; milk·sop·py; pre·milk; …   English syllables

  • sop — ae·sop; chry·sop·sis; clat·sop; cros·sop·te·ryg·ia; cros·sop·te·ryg·ii; glos·sop·a·thy; glos·sop·ter·is; hys·sop; me·sop·lo·don; milk·sop; milk·sop·ping; milk·sop·py; ne·os·sop·tile; phy·sop·o·da; phy·sop·sis; pro·sop·ic; sat·sop; SOP; sop·per;… …   English syllables

  • sop — [säp] n. [ME soppe < OE sopp < base of supan: see SUP1] 1. a piece of food, as bread, soaked in milk, gravy, etc. 2. a) something given by way of concession or appeasement b) a bribe vt. sopped …   English World dictionary

  • sop. — soprano. * * * abbrev Soprano * * * sop «sop», noun, verb, sopped, sop|ping. –n. 1. a piece of food dipped or soaked in milk, broth, or the like. 2. Figurative. something given to soothe or quiet; …   Useful english dictionary

  • sop — [OE] The word sop originally denoted a ‘piece of bread, cake, etc dipped into water, milk, wine, or similar liquid’. The modern metaphorical meaning ‘something given to gain favour, bribe’ did not emerge until the mid 17th century, in allusion to …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • sop — [OE] The word sop originally denoted a ‘piece of bread, cake, etc dipped into water, milk, wine, or similar liquid’. The modern metaphorical meaning ‘something given to gain favour, bribe’ did not emerge until the mid 17th century, in allusion to …   Word origins

  • sop — n. & v. n. 1 a piece of bread etc. dipped in gravy etc. 2 a thing given or done to pacify or bribe. v. (sopped, sopping) 1 intr. be drenched (came home sopping; sopping wet clothes). 2 tr. (foll. by up) absorb (liquid) in a towel etc. 3 tr. wet… …   Useful english dictionary

  • SOP — n. & v. n. 1 a piece of bread etc. dipped in gravy etc. 2 a thing given or done to pacify or bribe. v. (sopped, sopping) 1 intr. be drenched (came home sopping; sopping wet clothes). 2 tr. (foll. by up) absorb (liquid) in a towel etc. 3 tr. wet… …   Useful english dictionary

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