eslop (plural eslops)

  1. Alternative form of esclop
    • 1851, Mayhew, Henry, “The Literature of Costermongers”, in London Labour and the London Poor[1], volume 1, page 25:
      Anything about the police sets them a talking at once. [] 'The blessed crushers are everywhere,' shouted one. 'I wish I'd been there to have had a shy at the eslops,' said another. And then a man sung out: 'O, don't I like the Bobbys?'