plombage plom·bage (pləm-bäzh’, plôm-)
The use of an inert material to fill an abnormal cavity in the body.
/ˈpluːmə/ noun 1. William (Charles Franklyn). 1903–73, British poet, novelist, and short-story writer, born in South Africa. His novels include Turbott Wolfe (1926) and The Case is Altered (1932)
[plongk] /plɒŋk/ noun, Chiefly British. 1. inferior or cheap wine. /plɒŋk/ verb 1. (often foll by down) to drop or be dropped, esp heavily or suddenly: he plonked the money on the table noun 2. the act or sound of plonking interjection 3. an exclamation imitative of this sound /plɒŋk/ noun 1. (Brit & Austral, […]
adjective Drunk (1943+)
/ˈplɒŋkə/ noun 1. (slang) a stupid person