a very small copper coin used in Scotland in the 15th and 16th centuries as a four-penny piece.
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How to use plack in a sentence
But, ere they came half gait to Concludendum, The fiend one plack was left for to defend him.The Book of Humorous Verse | Various
plack, plak, n. a small copper coin formerly current in Scotland, equal in value to the third part of an English penny.
Will they not give us a letter of cursing for a plack, to last for a year, to curse all that look over our dyke?
I wad hae thought better o' it had thou made it when it took the last plack i' thy pouch.Winter Evening Tales | Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
As a gen'al thing them people fra' the States hae plenty o' plack in their pockets.Adle Dubois | Mrs. William T. Savage