Slops vs Slaps - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between slops and slaps
is that slops
is scraps that will be fed to animals, particularly to hogs while slaps
As a verb slaps is
Scraps that will be fed to animals, particularly to hogs.
(in the plural, nautical, dated) clothing and bedding issued to sailors
(in the plural, nautical, dated) sailors' breeches ending just below the knees or above the ankles, worn mainly in XVIII century
* 2012 , Nelson's navy , by Philip Haythornthwaite, page 26:
- I don't mind slopping the hogs, I just mind the stench of the slops .
(in the plural, dated) The dirty wastewater of a house.
- The original "slops " were voluminous breeches of about knee length, reminiscent of 17th century "", worn with stockings; these continue to be depicted as late as 1790s, but trousers, first introduced as slop-clothing in 1720s, were more functional and more popular.
- (A direct quote from: 1897 Universal Dictionary of the English Language , v 4 p 4310)
* slop, hogwash, swill
A two-player reaction game in which opponents slap each other's hands. See