Definition of plook in English:

plook

Line breaks: plook
Pronunciation: /pluːk
 
/
(also pluke)

noun

Scottish
A spot or pimple: the man with the chronic plooks
More example sentences
  • Unfortunately not exclusive to pubescents with raging hormones, plooks are a pain for many of us.
  • Most girls spot the difference in their skin as soon as they hit their teens. But it needn't be the end of the world whenever a plook appears.
  • Also, during the time I was using it I developed two huge plooks of a size and greenish garishness I hadn't experienced since my teens!!

Origin

Middle English: of unknown origin.

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