Definitions for walloper
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
wal•lopˈwɒl əp(v.; n.)-loped, -lop•ing
(v.t.)to beat soundly; thrash.
to strike with a vigorous blow; belt; sock:
to wallop the ball out of the park.
to defeat thoroughly, as in a game.
(v.i.)to move clumsily.
(of a liquid) to boil violently.
Obs. to gallop.
(n.)a vigorous blow.
the ability to deliver vigorous blows, as in boxing.
Informal. the ability to make a forceful impression; punch: a pleasurable thrill; kick.
an ad that packs a wallop.
Origin of wallop:
1300–50; ME walopen to gallop, wal(l)op gallop < AF waloper (v.), walop (n.), OF galoper, galop; see gallop
a very hard hitter
a winner by a wide margin
a gross untruth; a blatant lie
One who wallops.
A policeman, a male police officer.