plop verb \ˈpläp\
: to fall, drop, or move with a sound like something dropping into liquid
: to drop (something) into a liquid so that it makes a splashing sound
: to sit or lie down in a heavy or careless way : to allow your body to drop heavily or carelessly
: to fall, drop, or move suddenly with a sound like that of something dropping into water
: to allow the body to drop heavily —usually used with down <plopped down on the couch>
: to set, drop, or throw heavily
: to place or set carelessly or hastily <plopped the money into stocks>
— plop noun
Examples of PLOP
- The stone plopped into the river.
- An ice cube plopped noisily into the glass.
- I filled the glass with water and plopped a few ice cubes into it.
- She plopped onto the couch.
- They plopped down on the floor.
- He plopped himself down in the chair.
Origin of PLOP
First Known Use: 1821
Rhymes with PLOP
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