plump definition

  • adjective:
    • Well-rounded and full in kind; chubby. See Synonyms at fat.
    • Abundant; sufficient: a plump incentive.
    • Blunt; direct.
    • Having the full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat over weight.
    • Fat.
    • well-rounded or filled out; complete; fleshy; fat
    • complete or made plump, or instantly and without booking; blunt; unreserved; direct; downright.
    • sufficiently fat in order to have an enjoyable fullness of figure
  • verb-transitive:
    • to create well-rounded or complete in type: plumped within the pillows.
    • To toss down or drop (something) suddenly or heavily: plumped the books onto the dining table.
    • which will make plump; to fill (out) or assistance; -- frequently with up.
    • To throw or allow drop at one time, unexpectedly and heavily.
    • To give (a vote), as a plumper. See Plumper, 2.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to be well-rounded, chubby, or complete in type: the child plumped completely at three months.
    • To drop suddenly or greatly: plumped into the easy chair.
    • to provide complete support or praise: opted for the candidate throughout the condition.
    • to cultivate plump; to enlarge on.
    • To drop or fall abruptly or greatly, all at one time.
    • to provide a plumper. See Plumper, 2.
  • noun:
    • huge or abrupt autumn or collision.
    • The noise of huge autumn or collision.
    • A knot or group; friends; a crowd.
    • A knot; a cluster; a bunch; a crowd; a flock.
    • A knot; a cluster; a bunch; a clump; numerous persons, creatures, or things closely united or standing collectively; a covey.
    • A sudden hefty downfall of rainfall.
    • the sound of a rapid hefty fall
  • adverb:
    • With much or abrupt fall: The anchor fell plump in to the water.
    • With the full or unexpected effect: strolled plump in to the pole.
    • Directly: ran plump into a classic buddy.
    • Without certification; bluntly: spoke out plump the tax bill.
    • right; unexpectedly; perpendicularly.
    • right; all of a sudden; perpendicularly.
    • lower specially heavily or abruptly
  • verb:
    • to cultivate plump; to enlarge away; since, her cheeks have actually plumped.
    • To drop or fall out of the blue or heavily, at one time.
    • to offer a plumper.
    • which will make plump; to fill (out) or help; usually with up.
    • To throw or let drop all at one time, out of the blue and heavily; since, to plump a stone into water.
    • to provide (a vote), as a plumper.
    • drop dramatically
    • give assistance (to) or bother making a choice (of) one away from a bunch or quantity
    • make fat or plump
    • set (something or yourself) straight down with or as though with a noise
  • others:
    • Comprehensive and well-rounded; hence,of you, fleshy; fat; chubby: since, a plump figure; a plump practice of body; of things, filled out and swollen; curved: since, a plump seed.
    • Figuratively, circular; fat; huge; complete.
    • Dry; tough.
    • to develop plump; enlarge to fullness; swell.
    • which will make plump, full, or distended; extend to fullness; dilate; fatten.
    • To plunge or fall like a heavy mass or swelling of dead matter; autumn instantly.
    • To vote for a single prospect, when you've got the right to vote for just two or higher
    • resulting in to fall instantly and greatly: as, to plump a stone into water
    • at a time, as with an abrupt hefty fall; all of a sudden; greatly; unexpectedly or preparation; really unexpectedly; downright; right.
    • Blunt; downright; unreserved; unqualified: since, a plump lie.

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