• WordNet 3.6
    • n slumgullion a thin stew of meat and vegetables
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n slumgullion Offal or refuse of fish of any kind; also, the watery refuse, mixed with blood and oil, which drains from blubber.
    • n slumgullion A cheap drink.
    • n slumgullion A servant; one who represents another.
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In literature:

As I stepped into the Slumgullion stage I saw that it was a dark night, a lonely road, and that I was the only passenger.
"Selected Stories" by Bret Harte
Sorter clears him out, you know, of all the slumgullion that's in him.
"Stories in Light and Shadow" by Bret Harte
We are all proud of you, from the Emperor down to the lowest slumgullion, every single Roman of us.
"The Unwilling Vestal" by Edward Lucas White
Scouse, slumgullion, hushpuppy, dope without milk, and all sorts of things.
""Forward, March"" by Kirk Munroe
Wait until you eat some of Hinpoha's slumgullion!
"The Campfire Girls on Ellen's Isle" by Hildegard G. Frey
Sorter clears him out, you know, of all the slumgullion that's in him.
"International Short Stories" by Various
Sam, you lazy lump of slumgullion, get me some pepper, will you?
"The Rider of Golden Bar" by William Patterson White
She was plied with slumgullion and every other delicacy, and her health was drunk in numerous cups of cocoa.
"The Camp Fire Girls' Larks and Pranks" by Hildegard G. Frey

In news:

Like any good slumgullion stew, Plow borrows ingredients from Americana heritage music, adds its own spices, and puts the whole pot on a rolling boil.