Definition of Plumpy

1. a. Plump; fat; sleek.



Definition of Plumpy

1. Adjective. Plump; fat; sleek. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Plumpy

1. plump [adj PLUMPIER, PLUMPIEST] - See also: plump

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plumpy

plumpening
plumpens
plumper
plumpers
plumpest
plumpie
plumpier
plumpiest
plumpiness
plumping
plumpish
plumply
plumpness
plumpnesses
plumps
plumpy (current term)
plums
plumula
plumulaceous
plumulae
plumular
plumularia
plumulariae
plumularian
plumularians
plumularias
plumule
plumules
plumulose
plumy

Literary usage of Plumpy

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1. The Nursery by John L. Shorey (Firm (1877)
"Flutters in a sunbeam Through the open door, Like a golden butterfly Silently before plumpy, dumpy, roly-poly, Pretty Baby Brown-Eyes Sitting on the floor. ..."

2. The Nursery by John L. Shorey (Firm (1877)
"Flutters in a sunbeam Through the open door, Like a golden butterfly Silently before plumpy, dumpy, roly-poly, Pretty Baby Brown-Eyes Sitting on the floor. ..."

3. Lone Life by Parker Gillmore (1875)
"And me," said Fatty-plumpy. It never rains but it pours; two wives offered a lone lone man in the space of a minute; there must be some deep, ..."

4. Lone Life by Parker Gillmore (1875)
"And me," said Fatty-plumpy. It never rains but it pours; two wives offered a lone lone man in the space of a minute; there must be some deep, ..."

5. Lone Life: A Year in the Wilderness by Parker Gillmore (1875)
"And me," said Fatty-plumpy. It never rains but it pours; two wives offered a lone lone man in the space of a minute; there must be some deep, ..."

6. Shakespeare and the Emblem Writers: An Exposition of Their Similarities of by Henry Green (1870)
"213, of a certainty suggest the epithets "plumpy Bacchus" "with pink eyne," a very chieftain of "Egyptian Bac- ..."

7. Lone Life: A Year in the Wilderness by Parker Gillmore (1875)
"And me," said Fatty-plumpy. It never rains but it pours; two wives offered a lone lone man in the space of a minute; there must be some deep, ..."

8. Shakespeare and the Emblem Writers: An Exposition of Their Similarities of by Henry Green (1870)
"213, of a certainty suggest the epithets "plumpy Bacchus" "with pink eyne," a very chieftain of "Egyptian Bac- ..."

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