Meaning of plook in English:


(also pluke)

Pronunciation /pluːk/


  • A spot or pimple.

    ‘the man with the chronic plooks’
    • ‘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!!’
    pimple, pustule, blemish, blackhead, boil, swelling, eruption, wen, sty


Middle English of unknown origin.