plonk (someone or something) up

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plonk (someone or something) up

To set someone or something upright against or atop something else in a haphazard or careless manner. Someone plonked the sack of money up against the side of the building and just left it there! The odd little café was just sort of plonked up on top of the little hill all on its own. He plonked the little girl up on the his shoulders so she could see the parade.
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plonked up

Set upright against or atop something in a haphazard or careless manner. The odd little café was just sort of plonked up on top of the little hill all on its own. We discovered the sack of money plonked up against the side of the building, without a soul in sight!
See also: plonk, up

plonked (up)

mod. alcohol intoxicated. (see also plonk, blank.) He sure is plonked up.
See also: plonk, up