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Origin of plop

First recorded in 1815–25; imitative
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How to use plop in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for plop

plop
/ (plɒp) /

noun
the characteristic sound made by an object dropping into water without a splash
verb plops, plopping or plopped
to fall or cause to fall with the sound of a plopthe stone plopped into the water
interjection
an exclamation imitative of this soundto go plop

Word Origin for plop

C19: imitative of the sound
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