Definition of Plaps

1. plap [v] - See also: plap



Plaps Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plaps

planum temporale
planuria
planurias
planuries
planury
planxties
planxty
plap
plapped
plapper
plappered
plappering
plappers
plapping
plaps (current term)
plaque
plaque-forming unit
plaque and tartar cause
plaques
plaquet
plaquets
plaquette
plaquettes
plash
plashed
plasher
plashers
plashes

Literary usage of Plaps

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1. Daniel Webster by John Bach McMaster (1902)
"... and was deep in the plaps of Shakspere and the poetry of Milton, Cowper, a1 di ope, when his studies were suddenly cut short by ''he dire need of money. ..."

2. Daniel Webster by John Bach McMaster (1902)
"... and was deep in the plaps of Shakspere and the poetry of Milton, Cowper, a1 di ope, when his studies were suddenly cut short by ''he dire need of money. ..."

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