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cow flop

and cow plop
n. a mass of cow dung. Mrs. Wilson is out in the pasture gathering cow flops for her garden. When walking out on the range land, we try to avoid “cow plops,” as the wranglers call them.
See also: cow, flop

cow plop

verb
See also: cow, plop

plop

1. n. the sound of dropping something soft and bulky, such as a hunk of meat. When the roast fell on the floor, it made a nasty plop.
2. tv. to put or place something (somewhere). I don’t mind cooking a turkey. You only have to plop it in the oven and forget about it.
3. tv. to sit oneself down somewhere; to place one’s buttocks somewhere. (The it in the examples is the buttocks.) Come in, Fred. Just plop it anywhere you see a chair. This place is a mess.
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After such an exciting evening, a child cannot just take off a costume, plop into bed, and be expected to go to sleep.
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Perhaps the Germans don't think we're well-heeled enough to plop down that kind of dough when toe cleavage is not involved.
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Why not plop that New York mom in the Sudan - that'll get you big laughs.
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Once there, he changes into pajamas, eats his lunch, and then plops onto the couch for an afternoon nap.
James) plops down to flip channels on her TV, has a brief duet with a reproving Aunt Em (Valarie Pettiford, who is also Glinda) and -- wham
We're still on plops and potties in our house but that's another story.