mop[ mop ]SEE DEFINITION OF mop
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOP
She then planted the comb in my mop of hair and tore out a handful of it.
You're in the middle of a puddle now, but when you get over dreaming I'd like to mop it up.
Mop had absolutely no sense of fear or of animal proportions.
Mop died of old age and of a complication of diseases, in the spring of 1892.
But there he was, and the society which a good man founded saw not Mop that day.
He pulled a handkerchief from his pocket to mop his brow, which had grown damp.
The mop flapped about her chair legs, the water splashed the stove.
Finally he wrung out his mop and stood it outside the door in the sun.
Ye'll have to cut that mop and settle down like a woman should.
It will then be possible to mop up a little more of the rinsing liquid.