plump


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Synonyms for plump

Synonyms for plump

well-rounded and full in form

to drop or sink heavily and noisily

plump for: to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

Synonyms for plump

the sound of a sudden heavy fall

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drop sharply

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set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise

give support (to) or make a choice (of) one out of a group or number

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sufficiently fat so as to have a pleasing fullness of figure

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straight down especially heavily or abruptly

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References in classic literature ?
She was short and plump, had a very pretty face, and the finest expression of good humour in it that could possibly be.
This was a full-blown, very plump damsel, fair as waxwork, with handsome and regular features, languishing blue eyes, and ringleted yellow hair.
Catherine had reached her full height; her figure was both plump and slender, elastic as steel, and her whole aspect sparkling with health and spirits.
He had a tiny plump body and a delicate beak, and slender delicate legs.
The lady's-maid followed -- young, smart, plump, and sleepy.
said Stryver, with a plump of his fist on the desk.
Whereat Scrooge's niece's sister -- the plump one with the lace tucker: not the one with the roses -- blushed.
I know it was a good squeeze, because, being very plump, whenever she made any little exertion after she was dressed, some of the buttons on the back of her gown flew off.
I thought this pretty well in him who had been praising up the pork for being so plump and juicy.
At last, between little gushes of laughter which shook her plump shoulders in a way that aroused wistful memories of Hebe, she archly asked me, with mock solemnity, if I should need a lady's maid.
Had it rung too flat, or had it felt a hair's breadth too light, generosity had carried the day; but, unhappily for Gurth, the chime was full and true, the zecchin plump, newly coined, and a grain above weight.
On the contrary, having always fed heartily on pumpkin-pies, doughnuts, Indian puddings, and other Puritan dainties, she was as round and plump as a pudding herself.
Wully woo, pully woo, plump in the mud," says the little furrenner Frinchman, "and sure Mrs.
what a nice plump mouthful--she will be better to eat than the old woman.
She was a woman of thirty-seven, rather tall and plump, without being fat; she was not pretty, but her face was pleasing, chiefly, perhaps, on account of her kind brown eyes.