verb (used without object), plopped, plop·ping.
verb (used with object), plopped, plop·ping.
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Origin of plop
Example sentences from the Web for plop
When he was governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie plopped himself on a beach that was closed to his constituents because of a state government shutdown.Texas is freezing, but the roast of Ted Cruz is on|Dan Zak|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
Say your habit is to plop down on your sofa post-run and watch Netflix with a few IPAs.
I dump a portion of the soaked mixture into a small pot with a satisfying plop.
The entire contraption—think two oil tanks, closely snuggled together but separated by the odor-sensing membrane—was then plopped onto a chip.Scientists Made a Biohybrid Nose Using Cells From Mosquitoes|Shelly Fan|January 26, 2021|Singularity Hub
Most lunch breaks I return from a run or bike ride and plop one in some water.
He sat down, smiled, and surprised the group by plopping two packs of Winston Reds on the table and lighting a cigarette.
Quite a good lot of bullets were plopping into the water, so the Commodore ordered the Colne to lie further out.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
The old crone puffed up again at this unexpected flare, and went out of the room, plopping her feet on floor and mumbling.Birthright|T.S. Stribling
He could hardly control his fingers as the tapes with possible references began plopping down into the slots.Star Surgeon|Alan Nourse
This is boiling and plopping (I coin this word) like mush in huge pots, or thick soap in mighty caldrons.A Summer's Outing|Carter H. Harrison