Definition of Plonk

1. Noun. A cheap wine of inferior quality.




2. Verb. Set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise. "There plonk some children in the rocking chair"; "He planked himself into the sofa"
Exact synonyms: Flump, Plank, Plop, Plump, Plump Down, Plunk, Plunk Down
Generic synonyms: Place Down, Put Down, Set Down

3. Noun. The noise of something dropping (as into liquid).
Generic synonyms: Noise

Definition of Plonk

1. Interjection. The sound made by something solid landing. ¹

2. Interjection. (Internet) The supposed sound of adding a user to one's killfile. ¹

3. Noun. The sound of something solid landing. ¹

4. Verb. (transitive) To set or toss (something) down carelessly. ¹

5. Verb. (transitive Internet slang in Internet forums) To automatically ignore a particular poster; to killfile. ¹

6. Adverb. (context: followed by a location) Precisely and forcefully. ¹

7. Noun. (uncountable UK Australia New Zealand Canada informal) Cheap or inferior everyday wine. ¹

8. Noun. (dated British law enforcement slang) 1970s UK police slang for a female police constable. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Plonk

1. to plunk [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: plunk

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plonk

plodgin
plodging
plods
ploidies
ploidize
ploidy
plombage
plombiferous
plong
plongd
plonge
plonged
plonges
plonging
plongs
plonk (current term)
plonk down
plonked
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plonkier
plonkiest
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plonkings
plonko
plonkos
plonks
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plook
plookie

Literary usage of Plonk

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the Good Roads Institute, Held at the University of North by University of North Carolina (1793-1962) (1919)
"plonk PROSI-ECT On the plonk property a long trench was cut across the ... been done along the ridge adjoining and to the southwest of the plonk property, ..."

2. Men of Mark in South Carolina: Ideals of American Life: a Collection of by James Calvin Hemphill (1908)
"His parents were John Jonas plonk (now, 1907, living at the age of eighty-four) ... His paternal great-grandfather, Jacob plonk, came from Pennsylvania and ..."

3. The United States Catalog: A Cumulated Index to the Books of 1898-99 by Marion E. Potter, H.W. Wilson Company (1900)
"plonk, Hiram. The New Jerusalem: or. The new heaven and the new earth defined. T. 119p. pa. 20c. '99. Hiram Plank, San Jose. Cal. ..."

4. Soldier Songs by Patrick MacGill (1917)
"OO—plonk! OO-plonk! plonk! plonk! plonk! The bomb that bears the message riots through the air. The dug-outs topple over on ..."

5. Wartime and Patriotic Selections for Recitation and Reading by Carleton B. Case (1918)
"OO-plonk! plonk! plonk! plonk! The bomb that bears the message riots through the air. ... OO-plonk! sst! Up the ladders! Over! And carry on with it! ..."

6. The New Garden of Canada: By Pack-horse and Canoe Through Undeveloped New by Frederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot (1911)
"We observed a small A-tent on shore, and could hear the steady plonk, plonk, plonk of an axe engaged in tree-felling. We gave a shrill hail, ..."

7. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (1903)
"Handwerger, S., plonk, JM, Lebowitz, HE, Biv- ens, CH, and Feldman, JM, ... Feldman, JM, plonk, JW, and Bivens, CH. Clin. Endocrinol. 5, 71 (1976). 26. ..."

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