Definition of plop:
dive, flesh out, fill out, plummet, fat, clump, plank down, thud, plump out, plonk down, flump, bump, fatten up, plank over, fatten, flump down, plunk, pluck, plump down, fatten out, plonk, clop, plunge, plump, flop, sound, rise, clunk, plank, plunk down, go, pick.
- "Jan and Her Job", L. Allen Harker.
Her capacity for fine vocal distinctions in her own singing had been distinctly limited, and a note landing just this side of itself could drop down into her state of ecstatic coma with hardly a plop.- "Star-Dust A Story of an American Girl", Fannie Hurst.
So he pulled, and the Elephant's Child pulled, and the Crocodile pulled; but the Elephant's Child and the Bi- Coloured- Python- Rock- Snake pulled hardest; and at last the Crocodile let go of the Elephant's Child's nose with a plop that you could hear all up and down the Limpopo.- "Just So Stories", Rudyard Kipling.