So much public sculpture comes off as oversized and overblown – as plop art, with pretensions to grandeur and greatness.
So skip the darkness, plop yourself on a couch, and spend the holiday with the family you choose, your friends.
The frogs would rain down on him, land with a plop, gaze up at his smile and become princes.
The fans willing to plop down thousands of dollars on antique relics are a diverse bunch.
I heard the plop of a cork being drawn from a bottle; a pungent odor assailed my nostrils, choked me.
I took hold of the line, and then, “plop,” as the poet said.
The water was perfectly still, and the “plop” made by these fish was very exciting and tantalising.
They could hear behind them the plop and tinkle of more globes.
It fell as they watched, and the "plop" of the soft body upon the floor sounded loud in the silent room.
I passed between the tents, and was striding along, when—plop!
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.