Definition of bop:
make out, poke, crack, love, box, hook, spank, smack, bang, let someone have it, wallop, beat up, bebop, bed, switch, acid house, knock, pound, stripe, slam, swat, slog, smash, hump, sleep together, paste, sleep with, pick, lash, acid jazz, sock it to someone, do it, chop, jazz, stinger, bludgeon, biff, douse, buffet, beat, bust, have intercourse, welt, clout, thump, pelt, swipe, fillip, haymaker, plump, cuff, clap, smite, bash, clip, whack, bonk, whop, screw, dab, have it away, whap, belt, background music, get it on, bump, hack, bluegrass, blues, rap, stun, backup, make love, butt, lie with, thud, batter, roll in the hay, pop, hammer blow, wham, bat, catch, thwack, strike, lick, ambient, stroke, conk, have it off, be intimate, hit, know, slug, bhangra, larrup, have sex, slap, sock, eff, get laid, have a go at it, backing, attack, punch, blow.
- "England of My Heart--Spring", Edward Hutton.
I thought, Siddy, Willy S. ought to reach out of his portrait there and bop you one on the koko for contemplating such a crazy- quilt desecration of just about his greatest and certainly his most atmospheric play.- "No Great Magic", Fritz Reuter Leiber.
- "Brink of Madness", Walter J. Sheldon.