Then he crunched the page, plopped it into an ashtray, lit a cigarette, and immolated the paper with the same match.
Carefully, Shandor plopped the receiver down on its hook, his hands like ice.
Then like a mass of jelly out of its mould I plopped onto my chair.
The Prime Minister managed to get one and plopped into it heavily.
The fire yawned audibly, and plopped a coal into the stillness.
Isabel, who was following close behind, intently copying her leader in all his movements, plopped hers in too.
All plopped down on the great sofa in the big salon, like a row of dolls.
The English lad was plopped down on the seat of his pants in a good eight inches of mud.
Hector ducked in through the doorway and plopped his rangy frame on the office's couch.
The first lot of machine-gun bullets went in front of me; one plopped into a bank just past my foot.
1821, imitative of the sound of a smooth object dropping into water. Related: Plopped; plopping. Thackary (mid-19c.) used plap (v.). As a noun from 1833.