Crossword clues for plop
- Diving sound
- Alka-Seltzer-landing-in-water sound
- Alka-Seltzer-in-water sound
- Alka-Seltzer noise
- When repeated, start of an old antacid slogan
- Water-dripping sound
- Water drop sound [E]
- Unceremonious fall
- Take to a beanbag chair
- Take a seat inelegantly
- Sugar-cube-into-tea sound
- Sugar cube-into-tea sound
- Stone-in-the-water sound
- Splat kin
- Sound that's before "fizz" in an Alka-Seltzer jingle
- Sound that starts the Alka-Seltzer jingle
- Sound that begins an Alka-Seltzer jingle
- Sound that accompanies a splash
- Sound repeated before "fizz fizz," in ads
- Sound preceding a ripple
- Sound of water
- Sound of an object falling into a sound
- Sound of an inelegant fall
- Sound of Alka-Seltzer hitting water
- Sound of a stone landing in water
- Sound of a raindrop
- Sound of a leaky faucet
- Sound of a heavy sitting
- Sound of a drip
- Sound made by an Alka-Seltzer tablet
- Sound before a fizz, perhaps
- Sound at the start of the Alka-Seltzer jingle
- Soft impact sound
- Soap-drop indicator
- Sit without ceremony
- Sit tiredly
- Sit inelegantly
- Sit clumsily (with "down")
- Sit abruptly
- Sit (down) unceremoniously
- Sit (down) suddenly
- Sinking sound
- Rock-in-pond sound
- Ripple preceder
- Raindrop landing sound
- Rain sound
- Pebble-in-puddle sound
- Onomatopoetic water sound
- Noise in the fall?
- Large raindrop sound
- Hit the easy chair
- Heavily sit (down)
- Fall, as into a chair
- Fall with force
- Fall into water
- Fall into a soft chair
- Fall carelessly
- Drop like drops
- Drop like a drop
- Dripping sound
- Drip's sound
- Crash gently
- Coin-into-wishing-well sound
- Coin-in-fountain sound
- Clumsily sit (down)
- Classic Alka-Seltzer jingle starter
- Butt-hitting-beanbag chair sound
- Alka Seltzer sound
- [frog lands in pond]
- a person sitting down
- Sit (down) heavily
- Alka-Seltzer sound?
- Raindrop's fall
- Word in an Alka-Seltzer ad
- Kerplunk kin
- Raindrop sound
- Make a splash
- Fall sound
- Alka-Seltzer jingle starter
- When repeated, start of an old antacid jingle
- ... a person sitting down
- Alka-Seltzer-into-water sound
- Sit heavily, with "down"
- Sound associated with ripples
- Tiny splash
- See 50-Across
- Sit (down) hard
- Fall heavily, as into a chair
- The noise of a rounded object dropping into a liquid without a splash
- Drop heavily
- Sitting sound
- Drop with a thud
- Sitting-down sound
- Dull, faintly explosive sound
- Small splashing sound
- Pebble-in-pond sound
- Fall clumsily
- Leaky-faucet sound
- Noise from a fall
- Noise of a small object dropping into water
- Falling sound
- Dull sound
- Alka-Seltzer sound
- Fall into a chair, with "down"
- Coin-in-a-fountain sound
- Watery sound
- Sit down heavily
- Fall down
- Drop down
- Tumultuous sit-down
- Leaky faucet sound
- Land heavily
- Wet sound
- Plunk down
- Dropping-into-water sound
- Sound of something dropping into water
- Sound of a drop
- Sit ungracefully (with "down")
- Splat's cousin
- Settle heavily
- Fall into a beanbag chair
- Dropping sound
- Alka-Seltzer jingle word
- With 'down,' drop suddenly
- Water sound
- The Ducks' school, casually
- Splashing sound
- Splash sound
- Sound with a splash
- Sound of a person sitting down heavily
- Sound in a famous Alka-Seltzer ad
- Sound from a tap
- Sit ungracefully, with "down"
- Sit down with force
- Sit (down) undaintily
- Pour like ketchup
- Pitter-patter's kin
- Penny-in-the-wishing-well sound
- Fall into a recliner
- Fall heavily into a chair
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Plop \Plop\, n. Act of plopping; the sound made in plopping.
Plop \Plop\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Plopped; p. pr. & vb. n. Plopping.] [Imitative.] To fall, drop, or move in any way, with a sudden splash or slap, as on the surface of water.
The body plopped up, turning on its side.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1821, imitative of the sound of a smooth object dropping into water. Related: Plopped; plopping. Thackary (mid-19c.) used plap (v.). As a noun from 1833.
n. 1 A sound or action like liquid hitting a hard surface. 2 (context British English) slang for excrement, derived from the "plop" sound made when the former hits water in a toilet. vb. 1 To make the sound of liquid hitting a hard surface. 2 To land heavily or loosely. 3 (context British English) To excrete, derived from the "plop" sound made when excrement hits water in a toilet.
n. the noise of a rounded object dropping into a liquid without a splash
adv. with a short hollow thud; "plop came the ball down to the corner of the green" [syn: plunk]
v. drop something with a plopping sound
drop with the sound of something falling into water
Plop is an onomatopoeic term for the sound of an object falling onto a surface or onto water.
It may also refer to:
- "Plop", the nickname of fictional Pete Miller, a character from the US television seriesThe Office
- Kabouter Plop, the eponymous hero of the Belgian children's TV and comic strip series
- Plop, the Hungarian name for Plopi village, Valea Ierii Commune, Cluj County, Romania
- Plop, a slang word for feces
- Plop, a village in Coşcalia Commune, Căuşeni district, Moldova
- Plop, a village in Ghelari Commune, Hunedoara County, Romania
- Plop (owl), the main character in The Owl Who was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson
- Plop, Donduşeni, a commune in Donduşeni district, Moldova
- Plop: The Hairless Elbonian, a Dilbert-spinoff comic strip by Scott Adams
- Plop!, a self-described "New Magazine of Weird Humor!" comic book published by DC Comics that ran from Sep/Oct 1973 to Nov/Dec 1976
- Plop-Ştiubei, a commune in Căuşeni district, Moldova
- A recurring "flop take" sound effect ("¡Plop!") in the long-running Condorito comic strip, popular across Spanish-speaking countries in the Americas. The word appears in the final frame of most strips, showing a character reacting to the punchline.
- The name of a post-apocalyptic novel, written by Rafael Pinedo (Argentina).
PLoP refers to:
- Pattern Languages of Programs, an annual computer science conference
- PloP boot manager (see Comparison of boot loaders), makes it possible to boot from CD-ROM or USB without bios support
PLOP refers to:
- PLate OPtimizer, the CAD program for optimization of telescope mirror support cells to reduce cell induced errors.
Usage examples of "plop".
Then she sat down in her own chair, watching Bubber plop himself down by the plate and begin to help himself.
He reached between Alden and me, separated out my left bubby and plopped his toothless gums around the nipple.
And he ran down to the water, bouncing hairily along, and plopped in and swam out.
Cordelia led her back in to the hall, forcefully arranged Kou at one end of the sofa, sat Drou down on the other, and plopped down between them.
She planted a wet kiss on my mouth, gave my behind a familiar squeeze, and plopped down on a lounger beside Rissa.
Tanaquil put out her hand to stroke the peeve, but it evaded her and plopped down into the room.
The soaked and useless sombrero was plopped on his head, and the sarape was once again folded over his arm and hand to protect the gun.
She did, a full round blob of spittle that landed plop on the highly polished floor, then felt slighty ashamed of herself as she stared at it.
As they walked past, each prisoner would hold out their small metal bowl, and the sordes would plop a spoonful of gray, sticky slop into the bowl.
I watched some horses without saddles being led by on their way from a stable block out towards the track, their feet plopping splashily in the wet.
He snatched up his plumed toque and, plopping it upon his graying head, rose to his feet, ready to storm after the wayward fellow.
Will Yager walked a few rows down and then plopped that gorgeous and way-too-big-for-the-chair body in one of the many empty seats.
The stopper popped open with a soft plop and Brett sniffed the brandy appreciatively before he poured a hefty draught into a silver cup.
Something leapt into the water with a plop, Marghe slowed the sled to an easy glide and cruised up to a skelter tree.
He moved slowly, his great splay feet plopping squashily on the ground.