Noun(1) a hollow twanging sound(2) (baseball
Verb(1) make or move along with a sound as of a horse's hooves striking the ground(2) set (something or oneself(3) drop steeply(4) pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion
Adverb(1) with a short hollow thud
(1) I should mention that while I was critiquing my work, a dog started to trot across the park, but I managed to plunk him in the head with an acorn before he could wreck my work.(2) Suddenly I felt a soft plunk of warm, gooey mashed potatoes hit my head.(3) Honestly, without Martha, why plunk down $28 for 12 issues?(4) Between songs he crouches and we can all hear the plunk plunk of strings being tuned.(5) I remember struggling to plunk out the tunes on the family piano.(6) I thought, jeez I can't plunk down $1400 up front!(7) Double bassist Paul Harris marvelously played throughout the work, even after his G-string (the one on the double bass, please) snapped with a loud plunk .(8) There is no argument from him when aunties bundle him off to the house, to quickly change his clothes, and then plunk him onto the back seat of the car next to his mother.(9) Then get him a ride home, or failing that, plunk him on the nearest sofa.(10) This song is the opening track, and the steady plunk of the keyboard draws me into the song and doesn't let go until the final breath of the vocals fade.(11) Meantime, piano practice is a peculiar process, with an occasional plunk as my little finger fails to function as it ought, each plunk closely followed by one of a selection of mild curse words from me.(12) The token plunker bangs against the locked turnstile and walks away in frustration.(13) She leans over, elbows plunking on the table, face falling into her hands.(14) Their veteran is closing in on 3,000 safeties, while setting a painful record for most times being plunked by a pitch(15) Colorado pitchers put the Astros lifer over the top, delivering his last five plunks , three by Jason Jennings.(16) However, it's impossible not to be struck by the confidence of the production and the performers, who open the show as a ramshackle band plunking out a handful of traditional songs.
(1) plunk down :: ダウンplunk
1. plop ::
2. clump ::
3. pluck ::
4. plunge ::
5. plop ::
Different Formsplunk, plunked, plunking, plunks
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