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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Teal meant to be derisive, but the word plopped out of his mouth like a cork out of a bottle.
Franken is hardly being "plopped" into a Senate seat.
And a SWAT team got hold of it somehow and just kind of plopped right on top of it.
You’re kind of plopped into a situation, you’re like “okay, get some chemistry” and that’s not always there.
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I plopped the distressed leather overnight bag on the chair next to the bed and unzipped it, then grabbed his toiletries kit and carried it into the bathroom.
“She thinks she will,” I said as I plopped down next to him.
As profound as some of these may be, I find myself wondering if you simply plopped down the top 28 words from some motivational poster catalog?
I plopped down, cross-legged, on the bed next to the suitcase.
Aidan and I made our way back outside and plopped down beneath the drooping branches of an old oak, as far away from prying eyes as possible.
Hey, Cece called out as I walked in and plopped down on my bed.
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