verb (used without object), plopped, plop·ping.
verb (used with object), plopped, plop·ping.
Origin of plop
Examples from the Web for plop
The frogs would rain down on him, land with a plop, gaze up at his smile and become princes.
The fans willing to plop down thousands of dollars on antique relics are a diverse bunch.
So skip the darkness, plop yourself on a couch, and spend the holiday with the family you choose, your friends.
So much public sculpture comes off as oversized and overblown – as plop art, with pretensions to grandeur and greatness.
He had heard the "plop" of a deft plunge, and looked in time only to see the spreading rings near the shore.Two Little Savages|Ernest Thompson Seton
Then the horse galloped away like lightning, for it didn't like the slimy frog coming down "plop" on its back.English Fairy Tales|Flora Annie Steel
It fell as they watched, and the "plop" of the soft body upon the floor sounded loud in the silent room.
Well, he's alongside that, and I reckon he hears us talking, for he looks wise and ready to plop into the water.Chums of the Camp Fire|Lawrence J. Leslie
I heard the plop of a cork being drawn from a bottle; a pungent odor assailed my nostrils, choked me.Astounding Stories, May, 1931|Various
verb plops, plopping or plopped
Word Origin for plop
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.