Definition of Plunkers
1. plunker [n] - See also: plunker
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plunkers
Literary usage of Plunkers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Engineers and Engineering by Engineers Club of Philadelphia (1904)
"It does not make any difference whether there be a single car or a number of the cars in the train, all equipped with these plunkers, a single controller ..."
2. Outing (1893)
"... they can race for the cold, cold " plunkers," and will regain respect for themselves, which for a time has been practically denied them. ..."
3. Proportional Representation Review by American Proportional Representation League, Proportional Representation League (1896)
"A high percentage of "plunkers" or "bullets" (ballots marked only for a first choice) had been predicted, because under the Bucklin system of preferential ..."
4. Wit, Humor, Pathos and Parodies by William De Vere (1885)
"Down went each hand, and quickly dropped the ready, Old Jabez chuckled, " Here's five ' plunkers ' cold.— " Hist, boy! Come here. Walk softly. ..."