Definition of Plook

1. plouk [n -S] - See also: plouk



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plook

plonging
plongs
plonk
plonk down
plonked
plonker
plonkers
plonkier
plonkiest
plonking
plonkings
plonko
plonkos
plonks
plonky
plook (current term)
plookie
plookier
plookiest
plooks
ploop
ploops
plop
plopped
ploppier
ploppiest
plopping
ploppy
plops
plosion

Literary usage of Plook

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1. Jungle Trails and Jungle People: Travel, Adventure and Observation in the by Caspar Whitney (1905)
"... making new acquaintances and new customers, while a plook-peef compatriot in his employ supplied the already established trade from the baskets. ..."

2. Jungle Trails and Jungle People: Travel, Adventure and Observation in the by Caspar Whitney (1905)
"... making new acquaintances and new customers, while a plook-peef compatriot in his employ supplied the already established trade from the baskets. ..."

3. Charles the Tenth and Louis Philippe: The Secret History of the Revolution (1839)
"He said his name was Pook, or plook, belonging to the staff of General Gerard. He ought to have been treated as a kidnapper by the Council of War, ..."

4. Jungle Trails and Jungle People: Travel, Adventure and Observation in the by Caspar Whitney (1905)
"... making new acquaintances and new customers, while a plook-peef compatriot in his employ supplied the already established trade from the baskets. ..."

5. Jungle Trails and Jungle People: Travel, Adventure and Observation in the by Caspar Whitney (1905)
"... making new acquaintances and new customers, while a plook-peef compatriot in his employ supplied the already established trade from the baskets. ..."

6. Charles the Tenth and Louis Philippe: The Secret History of the Revolution (1839)
"He said his name was Pook, or plook, belonging to the staff of General Gerard. He ought to have been treated as a kidnapper by the Council of War, ..."

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