Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of plummy: more plummy

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Examples

  • Later, in Domingo and Castronovo's duet, the words beat the metaphor theme just about to death: It was the music that made the real point (about the shared excitement of an older mentor and a younger student, backed up by the contrast between Domingo's plummier sound and Castronovo's rawer, lighter one).

    Domingo's tenor lifts respectable, but too literal, 'Il Postino' by Daniel Catán

  • Completing the bill are legendary Salford punk-poet John Cooper Clarke and Luke Wright; imagine Clarke's nasal delivery remixed in more youthful and, well, plummier tones.

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  • Over time, with air, the flavors became much richer and plummier and developed milk chocolate notes.

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  • Nor did it recognise my utterly unspeakable brilliance at mooting, preferring plummier students, I noticed.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Nor did it recognise my utterly unspeakable brilliance at mooting, preferring plummier students, I noticed.

    Inner and Middle Temple library merger: poll

  • Over time, with air, the flavors became much richer and plummier and developed milk chocolate notes.

    Mysterious Meritage

  • I first read "One-upmanship" at age 19, and not long after attended a lecture by the book's author, an Englishman who, had his accent been any plummier, would have been indecipherable.

    The Success of Failure

  • Though comprimario roles are small, they are often - be they comic or sinister - plummier than principal parts.

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  • Derek shut his eyes, adopted a plummier version of a Scouse accent and claimed to be a spitfire pilot.

    The Guardian World News

  • In some you might find a sherry-like dry note; in others you find a plummier, port note.

    Beervana, the Blog

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