Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of plop.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Teal meant to be derisive, but the word plopped out of his mouth like a cork out of a bottle.

    The Saint in Action

  • Franken is hardly being "plopped" into a Senate seat.

    Reid Privately Pushing For Caroline Kennedy

  • And a SWAT team got hold of it somehow and just kind of plopped right on top of it.

    CNN Transcript Jun 1, 2005

  • You’re kind of plopped into a situation, you’re like “okay, get some chemistry” and that’s not always there.

    TV Addict Interview: NEW AMSTERDAM Star Alexie Gilmore | the TV addict

  • As profound as some of these may be, I find myself wondering if you simply plopped down the top 28 words from some motivational poster catalog?

    The start-up checklist.

  • Aidan and I made our way back outside and plopped down beneath the drooping branches of an old oak, as far away from prying eyes as possible.

    Haven

  • Hey, Cece called out as I walked in and plopped down on my bed.

    Haven

  • I plopped the distressed leather overnight bag on the chair next to the bed and unzipped it, then grabbed his toiletries kit and carried it into the bathroom.

    Skipping a Beat

  • “She thinks she will,” I said as I plopped down next to him.

    Skipping a Beat

  • I plopped down, cross-legged, on the bed next to the suitcase.

    Skipping a Beat

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