- n a cheap wine of inferior quality
- n the noise of something dropping (as into liquid)
- v set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise
- The Wine Skin is not technically a gadgetunless you consider a bag a gadgetbut it is the most useful bag any plonk-mad traveler can have.
- And just as the American West has its Californian vineyards, so this vicinity is home to several Thai wineries, which offer up passable plonk.
- Every now and then one would hit a string on my guitar and plonk off a bad note as I was trying to play.
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In this week's edition of Jeremy Plonk's Countdown to the Crown, he handicaps the field of 14 for the Belmont Stakes, which takes place at Belmont Park on Saturday, June 8, 2013.
June 12, 2013 - Daily Racing Form
- Paul McCartney in MyParkMag
Paul said: "I was like, ' don't think you'd like it.' People are thinking there's another 'Strawberry Fields' somewhere, you know, this is more plinky-plonk. I mean, I like it, but it's not to everyone's taste."
- Nick Bourne in BBC News
Nick Bourne, who leads the Tories, said: "Rhodri Morgan's promise to 'open the bottle of Welsh champagne and let it fizz' went flat pretty quickly. All we got was a cheap bottle of plonk from the local corner shop. His four years in office have been...
- Rolf de Heer in Brisbane Times
I haven't seen all the other films and Dr Plonk is very out there, in a sense that you can't predict what the voters will think,Mr De Heer said. "I had a tremendously good run last year and I'm comfortable with whatever happens this year....