plank[ plangk ]SEE DEFINITION OF plank
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLANK
He slipped his arm off the plank and sank in the stream to the chin.
Then he drew himself upon his plank and swam, doubling his speed.
He wheeled it up to the side door, an' put a plank over the steps, an' wheeled it right in.
A plank is found infected with it, and the whole structure is devoted.
He states that they pierced a plank, an inch thick, with a bullet made of mercury.
I know every timber and plank in her; there is not a rope nor a block but I can recognise.
The plank that is used to form the bottom of the boat is not gouged out.
It was pressed to pay, coaxed to plank down, soothered to shell out.
They took out and replaced a piece of the plank, and proceeded on their voyage.
It is as in a shipwreck, where the plank that will save two will sink with three.