An implement for washingfloors, or the like, made of a piece of cloth, or a collection of thrums, or coarseyarn, fastened to a handle. (noun)
To rub, scrub, clean or wipe with a mop, or as if with a mop. (verb)
Examples of word mop
I brings a mop – *mop mop mop* – an tucks yor brayns bak in.
*slaps fayc gently with orinj pawz* Heer, we kleens up teh brayns, old-fashuned style, with a mop. *mop mop mop* *Sqweegee, sqweegee* *mop mop mop*
They're going street by street, doing what they call mop-up, making sure that any of the remaining hotspots are completely put out.
On days three, six, and nine, they used what they called a mop-up drug to make sure there were no more leukemia cells anywhere in my body.
Okay, so the redshirt freshman quarterback played in mop-up duty at the end of a game in which his team was on the sour end of a beatdown.
Just 20 minutes a week with the vacuum cleaner or mop is enough to help banish those blues, and sport works even better.
There's not much more Cullen can do, '' said Willy Korn, the Tigers highly touted freshman who got some of the loudest cheers at Death Valley when he threw his first touchdown pass in mop-up duty in the fourth quarter.
As for Huard, he looked OK in mop-up duty vs. the Bengals last week.
Although he threw nine passes in mop-up duty against Central Florida, Tebow had rarely used his left arm since - aside from an occasional stiff arm.
To transmit messages, the gang employed an elaborate system of codes and cryptograms â including a 400-year-old binary alphabet system devised by Sir Francis Bacon â as well as more prosaic jailhouse ruses, such as slipping notes in mop handles and under recreation yard rocks.