Definition of Ploats

1. ploat [v] - See also: ploat



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ploats

pliothermic
pliotron
pliotrons
plipped
plipper
plippers
plipping
pliskie
pliskies
plisky
plisse
plisses
ploat
ploated
ploating
ploats (current term)
ploce
plocytic astrocytoma
plod
plodded
plodder
plodders
plodding
ploddingly
ploddingness
ploddings
plodge
plodged
plodges
plodgin

Literary usage of Ploats

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1. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1891)
"A face of lily beauty, with a form of airy grace, ploats out of my tobacco as the genii from the vase; And I thrill beneath the glances of a pair of azure ..."

2. The Great Tradition: A Book of Selections from English and American Prose by James Holly Hanford (1919)
"... shadow of some unseen Power ploats though unseen amongst us,—visiting This various world with as inconstant wing ^S summer winds that creep from flower ..."

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