Definitions for wallopˈwɒl əp

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

wal•lopˈwɒl əp(v.; n.)-loped, -lop•ing

  1. (v.t.)to beat soundly; thrash.

  2. to strike with a vigorous blow; belt; sock:

    to wallop the ball out of the park.

    Category: Informal

  3. to defeat thoroughly, as in a game.

    Category: Informal

  4. (v.i.)to move clumsily.

    Category: Informal

  5. (of a liquid) to boil violently.

  6. Obs. to gallop.

  7. (n.)a vigorous blow.

  8. the ability to deliver vigorous blows, as in boxing.

  9. Informal. the ability to make a forceful impression; punch: a pleasurable thrill; kick.

    an ad that packs a wallop.

    Category: Informal

Origin of wallop:

1300–50; ME walopen to gallop, wal(l)op gallop < AF waloper (v.), walop (n.), OF galoper, galop; see gallop

wal′lop•er(n.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. impact, wallop(noun)

    a forceful consequence; a strong effect

    "the book had an important impact on my thinking"; "the book packs a wallop"

  2. wallop(verb)

    a severe blow

  3. whack, wham, whop, wallop(verb)

    hit hard

    "The teacher whacked the boy"

  4. wallop(verb)

    defeat soundly and utterly

    "We'll wallop them!"

Webster Dictionary

  1. Wallop(verb)

    to move quickly, but with great effort; to gallop

  2. Wallop(noun)

    a quick, rolling movement; a gallop

  3. Wallop(verb)

    to boil with a continued bubbling or heaving and rolling, with noise

  4. Wallop(verb)

    to move in a rolling, cumbersome manner; to waddle

  5. Wallop(verb)

    to be slatternly

  6. Wallop(verb)

    to beat soundly; to flog; to whip

  7. Wallop(verb)

    to wrap up temporarily

  8. Wallop(verb)

    to throw or tumble over

  9. Wallop(noun)

    a thick piece of fat

  10. Wallop(noun)

    a blow

Freebase

  1. Wallop

    Wallop was originally designed as an Internet social network service from Microsoft Research. As a startup, the company behind Wallop was backed by $13 million from Microsoft and venture capitalists including Norwest Venture Partners, Bay Partners and Consor Capital. While the Wallop team was working on launching their website, however, the expansion to platforms of other social networks and their opening up of APIs led to Wallop's changing directions. Instead of trying to compete with these already established social networking providers, the company scrapped their Beta application and, as stated in their website, "Wallop retooled their product and focused on developing cutting-edge applications for leading social networking platforms like Facebook, and Bebo". As of 2008, the company left its social networking service model and went into creating applications for other social networking sites instead.


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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

wallop(noun)

a heavy or powerful blow

He gave John a wallop right on the chin.

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