- v. present participle of plonk.
“Readers unfamiliar with the word plonking should consult the works of Stephen Potter passim.”
“I love custard! whether pure or if the recipe asks for some 'plonking' of custard.”
“My research tells me that "plonking" may be defined as the art of making the utterly obvious stupefyingly clear!”
“I personally think that IKEA is the very last place you should purchase from—their sofas are uncomfortable and there is nothing worse than coming home at the end of the day and plonking down on something that shoots you straight back out again!”
“Aside from the obvious lone-parenting issues – plonking your child in front of Peppa Pig while you go to the loo with the door open, for example – the biggest difference was being able to create our own timetable.”
“And then we'd have missed out on this piano-plonking, pappy, pop puffery.”
“There are millions and millions of New Yorkers who, while aware that pizza in a ritzy suburb is going to be pricey and possibly even able to afford it now and then, would certainly think hard about plonking down $50 for it, and would probably exercise another option.”
“India's collection of medium-pacers—a rising factor in the game as the growing volume of cricket played makes the life of the genuine paceman an injury-ridden nightmare—have executed a very simple plan brilliantly, plonking the ball on a certain line and length, varying their pace and wobbling it a bit in the air, and England have had no answer.”
“That may well be nothing more than a Sunday-night sandwich, but I am finding posh pubs, too, are plonking it on the side of everything from fish cakes to vegetable tarts.”
“Polkinghorne was right, I think, to criticize Dawkins for being a plonking literalist for wrongly believing that believers are mostly plonking literalists.”
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