Examples from the Web for plunger
You can draw the plunger up and down and it looks as if the blood is mixing with the liquid.
Trying to pull the plunger back would snap the ring and effectively break the syringe.
In pressed glass the exterior surface is modelled by the mould, whilst the interior surface is modelled by the plunger (fig. 20).
This pressure of course depends upon the weight of the plunger.Inventions in the Century|William Henry Doolittle
"Wish we only had a looking-glass here so that you could see yourself in it, Camel," went on Plunger.The Hero of Garside School|J. Harwood Panting
His is that type which, in another environment and taking the gamble of life from another angle, is termed a plunger.Wolf Breed|Jackson Gregory
The function of this plunger is to provide a resistance in addition to that of the air valve spring to assist in acceleration.Marvel Carbureter and Heat Control|Anonymous
British Dictionary definitions for plunger
Word Origin and History for plunger
1610s, "one who plunges," agent noun from plunge (v.). As a mechanism, 1777.