from The Century Dictionary.
- noun See plowk, plowky.
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McAllister was deliberately mild, holding back an urge to head-butt the pompous plook of a man.
There was a nesty plook cam 'oot juist abune his lug on Setarday, an' he cudna get on his lum hat; so he had to bide at hame a 'Sabbath, an' he spent the feck o 'the day i' the hoose readin 'Tammas Boston's "Power-fold State" an' the
A SQUABBLE has blown up in the US election campaign - over a plook on Sarah Palin's face.
With a plook on his face big enough for it’s own postcode!
That is one hell of a ‘plook’. p.s. I would have used the more normal terminology, but I wouldn’t want to be seen as non-diverse. on July 26, 2008 at 11: 11 am | Reply jerym
Just because I really wanna plook Jodie Foster, and given the rumors I hear, the only way that’ll ever happen is in fiction.