• WordNet 3.6
    • v plonk set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise "He planked the money on the table","He planked himself into the sofa"
    • n plonk the noise of something dropping (as into liquid)
    • n plonk a cheap wine of inferior quality
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In literature:

Then came more firing, and the sharp plonk of bullets as they struck the building were plainly heard by the watchers.
"The Son of his Father" by Ridgwell Cullum
Thet jer after kem frost inna Herdemonath and leid old Fryas land vnder en plonke skul.
"The Oera Linda Book" by Anonymous

In news:

Investors are grudgingly accepting the joint decision by Bristol-Myers Squibb and AstraZeneca to plonk $7 billion for diabetes specialist Amylin Pharmaceuticals.
Hal Plonk loved clocks and Wayne Community College.
Deliver us from the plonk .
How to avoid plonk in moscato.
Thrive, a local non-profit is teaming up with Plonk Wine today (Nov 13) to raise money that will stay in our community to help families and children.
Smarty is good and great By Jeremy Plonk Special to
Live music by the Krista Barnett Quartet, drinks by PLONK.