Definition of Plumpness

1. Noun. The bodily property of being well rounded.

Exact synonyms: Embonpoint, Roundness
Generic synonyms: Corpulency, Fleshiness, Obesity
Specialized synonyms: Chubbiness, Pudginess, Rolypoliness, Tubbiness, Buxomness
Derivative terms: Plump



Definition of Plumpness

1. n. The quality or state of being plump.

Definition of Plumpness

1. Noun. The quality or state of being plump. ¹

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Definition of Plumpness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plumpness

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plumpen
plumpened
plumpening
plumpens
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plumpers
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plumpie
plumpier
plumpiest
plumpiness
plumping
plumpish
plumply
plumpness (current term)
plumpnesses
plumps
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plums
plumula
plumulaceous
plumulae
plumular
plumularia
plumulariae
plumularian
plumularians
plumularias
plumule

Literary usage of Plumpness

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1. Beauty: Illustrated Chiefly by an Analysis and Classification of Beauty in Woman by Alexander Walker (1846)
"If the cellular tissue and the plumpness which is connected with it, ... Nothing can completely compensate, in woman, for the absolute want of plumpness. ..."

2. Beauty; Illustrated Chiefly by an Analysis and Classification of Beauty in by Alexander Walker (1836)
"If the cellular tissue and the 'plumpness which is connected with it, ... Nothing can completely compensate, in woman, for the absolute want of plumpness. ..."

3. Practical treatise on the diseases of children and infants at the breast by Eugène Bouchut (1855)
"CHAPTER III. ON DEVELOPMENT AND ON plumpness. The size of children, their degree of plumpness, can only furnish general notions, ..."

4. Elements of Physiology by Anthelme Richerand (1819)
"The plumpness and the strength of the foetus do not altogether depend on the strength of the mother. Corpulent and strong women often bring forth puny ..."

5. A compendious and complete Hebrew and Chaldee lexicon to the Old Testament by Benjamin Davies (1872)
"... failing of thy flesh and thy plumpness, ie when thou art ... 18, 6. i) plumpness, "toO miq Chald. 1X0, leaven Ex. 12/15, Deut. 16, 4; r. "XÇ. ..."

6. Heredity, Health and Personal Beauty by John Vietch Shoemaker (1890)
"DISTINGUISHED French author tells us that " to have just enough plumpness, not a whit too much nor too little, is with women the study of their lives. ..."

7. Beauty: Illustrated Chiefly by an Analysis and Classification of Beauty in Woman by Alexander Walker (1846)
"If the cellular tissue and the plumpness which is connected with it, ... Nothing can completely compensate, in woman, for the absolute want of plumpness. ..."

8. Beauty; Illustrated Chiefly by an Analysis and Classification of Beauty in by Alexander Walker (1836)
"If the cellular tissue and the 'plumpness which is connected with it, ... Nothing can completely compensate, in woman, for the absolute want of plumpness. ..."

9. Practical treatise on the diseases of children and infants at the breast by Eugène Bouchut (1855)
"CHAPTER III. ON DEVELOPMENT AND ON plumpness. The size of children, their degree of plumpness, can only furnish general notions, ..."

10. Elements of Physiology by Anthelme Richerand (1819)
"The plumpness and the strength of the foetus do not altogether depend on the strength of the mother. Corpulent and strong women often bring forth puny ..."

11. A compendious and complete Hebrew and Chaldee lexicon to the Old Testament by Benjamin Davies (1872)
"... failing of thy flesh and thy plumpness, ie when thou art ... 18, 6. i) plumpness, "toO miq Chald. 1X0, leaven Ex. 12/15, Deut. 16, 4; r. "XÇ. ..."

12. Heredity, Health and Personal Beauty by John Vietch Shoemaker (1890)
"DISTINGUISHED French author tells us that " to have just enough plumpness, not a whit too much nor too little, is with women the study of their lives. ..."

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