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plod to move in a slow, tired, or heavy way. [2 definitions]
plop to drop in a heavy manner or with force. [3 definitions]
plot1 the story line or order of events in a book, play, or movie. [4 definitions]
plot2 a small piece of land.
plover a bird with a rounded body, a short tail, and a short bill. Plovers run along the sea shore in short starts and stops, looking for food. The killdeer is one of the many different kinds of plovers.
plow a heavy farm tool that has a wide blade and is pulled by a tractor or strong animal. Plows are used for turning over and cutting through soil. [5 definitions]
pluck to grab with the fingers and pull off; pick. [6 definitions]
plug an object made of cork, rubber, or other material used to block an opening. [4 definitions]
plug in to connect an electronic device to a power source.
plum a type of fruit that has smooth red, purple, green, or yellow skin. It has sweet, soft flesh and a small, smooth pit inside. Plums grow on trees.
plumage the feathers of a bird.
plumb a small weight tied to a line. A plumb is used to measure the depth of water or to test if something is straight up and down. [5 definitions]
plumber a person who fits and works on water pipes in buildings.
plumbing the system of pipes in a building that brings water in and removes water and waste. [2 definitions]
plume a large, fluffy, colorful feather.
plump1 full and round in shape; chubby. [2 definitions]
plunder to steal from by force. [2 definitions]
plunge to thrust into something soft or liquid. [4 definitions]
plural having to do with or naming the form of a word that signals more than one. [2 definitions]
plus added to; made greater by adding. [5 definitions]
plush a type of cloth having long, soft, thick fibers. [3 definitions]