Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of plop.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of plop.

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Examples

  • I'm always ready to throw small unbreakable objects at the radio (slippers serve well) when an infuriating phrase plops out of the loudspeaker, as one does every few minutes.

    Telegraph Blogs

  • The pre-pierogie dough pocket, a delicate disk ( "We call them 'plops' here," says Thorpe), is shaped with a biscuit cutter wheel.

    The Clog

  • The pre-pierogie dough pocket, a delicate disk ( "We call them 'plops' here," says Thorpe), is shaped with a biscuit cutter wheel.

    The Clog

  • The pre-pierogie dough pocket, a delicate disk ( "We call them 'plops' here," says Thorpe), is shaped with a biscuit cutter wheel.

    The Clog

  • Fixed a bug that could cause unwanted 'plops' when disabling and enabling EQ bands at lower frequencies.

    KVR News: Top Stories

  • * Fixed a bug that could cause unwanted 'plops' when disabling and enabling EQ bands at lower frequencies.

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  • The pre-pierogie dough pocket, a delicate disk ( "We call them 'plops' here," says Thorpe), is shaped with a biscuit cutter wheel.

    The Clog

  • He tosses my coat to the floor and plops down next to me.

    Left Neglected

  • I've used what I have on hand as a contribution--my own art, inspirational ideas, and videos with plops of humor.

    Barbara Hannah Grufferman: Life After 50: The End of Aging as We Know It

  • I've used what I have on hand as a contribution--my own art, inspirational ideas, and videos with plops of humor.

    Barbara Hannah Grufferman: Life After 50: The End of Aging as We Know It

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