To be in fear; gaze in alarm or astonishment; look downcast
, author=Elizabeth Gaskell
, title=Mary Barton
, publisher=The Gutenberg Project
, passage="O Job! if you will help me," exclaimed Mary, brightening up (though it was but a wintry gleam after all), "tell me what to say, when they question me; I shall be so gloppened
,* I shan't know what to answer." / *Gloppened; terrified.
To terrify; astonish; surprise.
, author=Jeremy Iverson
, title=High School Confidential: Secrets of an Undercover Student
, passage=A pause before the intense guy cut in: "The Word of the Day is gloppen'''''. Verb, transitive and intransitive. … One. To surprise or astonish. Two. To be startled or astonished. '''''Gloppen