Definition of Plouks

1. plouk [n] - See also: plouk



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plouks

ploughs through
ploughshare
ploughshares
ploughtail
ploughtails
ploughwise
ploughwoman
ploughwomen
ploughwright
ploughwrights
ploughzone
plouk
ploukie
ploukier
ploukiest
plouks (current term)
plounce
plounced
plounces
plouncing
plouter
ploutered
plouters
plover
ploverlike
plovers
plovery
plow
plow ahead
plow back

Literary usage of Plouks

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1. Lives of the Founders of the British Museum: With Notices of Its Chief by Edward Edwards (1870)
"... as the subject is intimately connected with the frieze of the wild animals on the Acropolis. On this tomb, the inscription 42 AND plouks. ..."

2. American Observer Medical Monthly (1876)
"Eruptions—L. Blaines, blisters, plouks, pushes, wheals, pimples, ringworm, scald head, swine pox — L. Tetters. FEVER. ..."

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