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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of plank.

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Examples

  • The floors were wood planked and the bedrooms—five in all—had high ceilings and tiny closets.

    A Light at Winter’s End

  • The floors were wide, planked hardwood, and there were two tall windows.

    Darkness Becomes Her

  • I became one of these, until Chong Mong-ju sought me out, and I was beaten and planked and set upon the highway.

    Chapter 15

  • I was apprehended, the root confiscated, and I was better beaten and longer planked than ordinarily.

    Chapter 15

  • I was beaten and planked and put out upon the road.

    Chapter 15

  • When the light came on, he found he was standing at the top of a set of planked wooden stairs that led down into a true garbage dump.

    Fatal Error

  • The floors were wood planked and the bedrooms—five in all—had high ceilings and tiny closets.

    A Light at Winter’s End

  • When the light came on, he found he was standing at the top of a set of planked wooden stairs that led down into a true garbage dump.

    Fatal Error

  • The floors were wide, planked hardwood, and there were two tall windows.

    Darkness Becomes Her

  • Kwan Yung-jin, the provincial governor who had planked and beaten us when we were first cast away,

    Chapter 15

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