plook


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plook

(plʊk)
n
(Pathology) Scot a variant spelling of plouk
Translations

plook

n (Scot inf: = pimple, zit) → Pickel m
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And I'll smile through it all because I know that my faithful companion will be by my side: open palms, one syllable, sounds like plook.
A SQUABBLE has blown up in the US election campaign - over a plook on Sarah Palin's face.
half my trying and achieve other than a bulge - more or a plook than - despite hours masticating and gum.
In addition, despite a recent report that chocolate doesn't give you spots I have a landing light plook emerging on my chin.
One of the party, Bill Barclay, stands up to tell a few stories using the theme of my plook as his starting spot, so to speak.
What about it, what is it, some kind of plook cream?
But hey, I guess I've got a cheek to talk - Motherwell was shortlisted last week for the Plook on the Plinth Award.
It describes the Gruffalo as having "muckle lang tusks, knuckly knees and a pizenous plook on the end of his neb".
A MAN dialled 999 and was rushed to hospital in an ambulance - after he cut the top off a plook while shaving.
But it narrowly missed out as John O'Groats earned the unenviable Plook on a Plinth.
Not a wrinkle, not a line, not even a plook in sight.
Cumbernauld - whose town centre has been awarded the notorious Plook on a Plinth - will benefit from some of the pounds 2.