Why not plonk yourself and your guests in front of the warm glow of the television set this holiday weekend?
Just cobble it together, plonk it on your head, and smile a lot.
Suddenly we heard a musical and distant wail, something flew past the window, and there was a wee "plonk."
1874, imitative. From 1903 as a noun. Related: Plonked; plonking.
[wine sense fr French vin blanc, ''white wine''; second sense perhaps fr the dull sound plonk]