verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
- plimsoll line,
- plimsoll mark,
- plinth block,
- pliny the elder,
Origin of plink
Examples from the Web for plink
The gnarble almost made it to the surface of the sea, But the plink chomped down and swallowed him as if he were a pea.
So the gnarble swam around inside, trying very hard to think, And while he did, his floppy tail was tickling the plink.
Hardly had the word "brigands" crept into my mind with an accompaniment of heart-beats something like the plink!The Lightning Conductor|C. N. Williamson
Word Origin for plink
1941, imitative. As a noun from 1954. Related: Plinked; plinking.