plunk

  1. a hollow twanging sound
  2. the act of hitting a baseball so that it drops suddenly

Plunk

Plunk is a Belgian comic series created by Luc Cromheecke and Laurent Letzer, and published by Dupuis. So far three albums have appeared. The comics are wordless humorous short stories (most often between one and four pages long) about the misadventures of Plunk, a little pink alien with green trousers and a green hat from the planet Smurk. Plunk ...
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plunk

[n] - a hollow twanging sound 2. [n] - the act of hitting a baseball so that it drops suddenly
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Plunk

• (n.) Act or sound of plunking. • (v. t.) To throw, push, drive heavily, plumply, or suddenly; as, to plunk down a dollar; also, to hit or strike. • (n.) A dollar. • (n.) A large sum of money. • (v. i.) To make a quick, hollow, metallic, or harsh sound, as by pulling hard on a taut string and quickly releasing it; of a rav...
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plunk

verb pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion; `he plucked the strings of his mandolin`
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plunk

plunker noun (baseball) hitting a baseball so that it drops suddenly
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Plunk

Plunk intransitive verb [ Chiefly Colloq.] 1. To make a quick, hollow, metallic, or harsh sound, as by pulling hard on a taut string and quickly releasing it; of a raven, to croak. 2. To drop or sink down suddenly or heavily; to plump. 3. To play truant, or 'hooky'. [ Scot.]
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Plunk

Plunk noun 1. Act or sound of plunking. [ Colloq.] 2. [ Slang] (a) A large sum of money. [ Obsolete] (b) A dollar. [ U. S.]
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Plunk

Plunk transitive verb [ Imitative.] [ Chiefly Colloq.] 1. To pluck and release quickly (a musical string); to twang. 2. To throw, push, drive heavily, plumply, or suddenly; as, to plunk down a dollar; also, to hit or strike. 3. To be a truant from (school). [ Scot.]
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Plunk

a lie where the ball is on the lip of a lake or other water hazard.
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Plunk

Plunk is slang for a large sum of money.
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