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Buy on Amazon, $nullSo far, I plopped some in some water in late April and I haven’t seen a mosquito since.
THIS LITTLE TOOL HAS KILLED ALL OF THE MOSQUITOS IN MY YARDDANIEL MODLINMAY 21, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
They’re the skinniest skis I’ve owned as an adult, rivaling even what I rode when I was a kid and my dad plopped me on the best deals he found at ski swaps.
AN ODE TO SKINNY SKISDAN SCHWARTZMARCH 5, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Another arrow fell with a faint plop into the river close to the edge of the boat.
MASS' GEORGEGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
I took hold of the line, and then, “plop,” as the poet said.
ANGLING SKETCHESANDREW LANG
The rain went plop into the pools, and made a flattish, spattery sound on the rock.
US AND THE BOTTLEMANEDITH BALLINGER PRICE
Carefully poising the ball, Bunny booted it up and across the field, till it spun down with a plop into Bi's arms.
THE BOY SCOUTS OF LAKEVILLE HIGHLESLIE W. QUIRK
He had heard the "plop" of a deft plunge, and looked in time only to see the spreading rings near the shore.
TWO LITTLE SAVAGESERNEST THOMPSON SETON
I passed between the tents, and was striding along, when—Plop!
THE LUCK OF THIRTEENJAN GORDON
Well, he's alongside that, and I reckon he hears us talking, for he looks wise and ready to plop into the water.
CHUMS OF THE CAMP FIRELAWRENCE J. LESLIE
In the middle he halted, leant over, and dropped his prisoner; who fell with a cool plop into the running water beneath.
BOB, SON OF BATTLEALFRED OLLIVANT

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