Words and phrases that have a meaning related to sop:   (176 results)

Often used in the same context:
pandering, ploy, counterbalance, dishwater, salve, curry favor, pot likker, mop, red herring, euphemism, lather, anathema, gumming, eyewash, flummery, pantywaists, froth, succor, bathwater, lite, tartare sauce, smokescreen, xenophobes, glug, balm, sooth, gambit, hotchpotch, fig leaf, placemen, tommyrot, sponging, dirigiste, sentimentalists, defenestrate, suger, dollops, manna, placation, wodge, blandishment, wishy, gimmick, bolshie, sprinkling, lamebrain, promiser, popularism, furphy, fuddle, piss, liberals, shills, philistines, soother, woo, sweetener, diktat, stooge, piffle, naderite, nobble, crapola, pacifies, crumb, gazump, stratagem, dupes, prop, nostrum, craven, skinflints, pabulum, pinko, masterstroke, tokenism, thickener, demerara sugar, saviors, ragbag, waverers, jingo, smacks, nothings, wowsers, misto, shibboleth, shenanigan, tonic, brownism, antidote, bollix, lackey, cavil, gobi, pussyfooting, claque, boondoggle, gobble, consolation prize, window dressing, notations, provision, reference, subterfuge, advertisement, caveat, excuse, handout, preparation, token, abbreviation, accommodation, bit, hitch, instrument, kernel, non, pretext, +, 700, \u00b0, align, cf, cp, favourite, goddam, gr, hb, k, pasteboard, resp., sb, sf, sg, sh, skid, sour, t'ung

More specific:
bate, bedraggle, brine, flush, macerate, ret, sluice

More general:
bit, bite, bribe, buy, change, concession, corrupt, dip, douse, dunk, mop, morsel, ooze through, operating procedure, plunge, practice, souse, swab, swob, wet

douse, dowse, drench, s.o.p., soak, soak through, sops, souse, standard operating procedure, standing operating procedure

Also try:
— Adjectives for sop: mere, sour, sweet, political, little, small, only, chi, last, poor, final, more...

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See sop used in context: 1 rhyme, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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