Link to this page verb-transitive: To put or spot greatly or suddenly: plunked the money down on the counter. To strum or pluck (a stringed instrument). To pluck and release rapidly (a musical sequence); to twang. To put, press, drive heavily, plumply, or all of a sudden; ; also, going to or hit. becoming a truant from (school). View More verb-intransitive: To drop or fall abruptly or heavily; plump: plunked on the sofa with a sigh of relief. To give off a hollow twanging sound. to help make an instant, hollow, metallic, or harsh sound, since by pulling difficult on a taut string and rapidly releasing it; of a raven, to croak. To drop or sink down unexpectedly or greatly; to plump. to relax and play truant, or “hooky”. View More noun: Informal huge blow or stroke. a brief hollow twanging noise. Act or noise of plunking. A large sum of money. A dollar. a tough, lifeless blow: since, going to one a plunk. A twang; a twanging noise: since, the plunk-plunk of banjo. A dollar. a hollow twanging sound (baseball) striking a baseball so that it falls abruptly View More adverb: Informal With a brief hollow thud. casual precisely; specifically: The dart arrived plunk in the middle of the prospective. with a brief hollow thud View More verb: To drop or toss heavily (onto or into anything) so that it makes a sound make or move alongside a sound at the time of a horse's hooves hitting the floor drop steeply pull softly but sharply with a plucking movement set (one thing or oneself) down with or like with a noise View More others: To hit all of a sudden, with a dull sound; knock; bang: as, they plunked him with stones. To hit (away); knock (from). To take; fill saturated in ‘lead’ (missiles). To pluck (a stringed instrument) in order to create a low or deep sound; generally, twang. In order to make or produce an abrupt and usually heavy noise: specifically used associated with the harsh sounding of a stringed tool, and quite often strung on with arbitrary variations (as in the quote). To croak or cry as a raven. To plunge or drop straight down suddenly. unexpectedly; plump: as, he came plunk contrary to the half-open home. View More Related Sources Definition for "plunk" To put or spot greatly or suddenly: plunked… View More Sentence for "plunk" Synonym for "plunk" Verb Forms for "plunk" Phrases for "plunk" Rhyme for "plunk" Hypernym for "plunk" Same Context for "plunk" Urban Dictionary for "plunk"