from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Without reserve; fully; roundly; plainly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Fully; roundly; plainly; without reserve.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Fully; roundly: without reserve: as, to assert a thing plumply.
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Gazzara had established a willingness to work outside the commercial mainstream, specialising in anti-social characters including a plumply brutish Al Capone, but his career wavered between quality and dross, film and television and work in the US, Italy and a few other countries, notching up over 80 movies in the years following his initial collaboration with Cassavetes.
Where better to take a break from the joys of shopping bargain sales start next week than the sleek but cozy tea room with its plumply comfortable armchairs?
Whoever she was, she was a taking thing, small and plumply curved, her face heart-shaped, her hair a rich golden blond that complemented her creamy skin, which was pinkened by the wind.
If she continued to eat like this without those long walks, she would soon resemble the plumply upholstered sofa!
The farms looked large and prosperous, even the cows looked plumply outsize and although there were plenty of villages and towns there was a refreshing lack of factories.
There was a heavy wooden table against one wall and a variety of shabby basket chairs, plumply upholstered and well cushioned.
Valentina, or Valla, as her father called her, smiled and tossed her silver-blonde head - she was a plumply pert little piece, sure enough, but I spared a glance for Aunt Sara as well.
Bake for one hour, covered loosely with baking parchment, or until the apricots are plumply cooked in the fragrant syrup.
There was a file of erotica, surprisingly mild, mostly drawings of women in tight latex lingerie that pushed their breasts and buttocks out plumply and had highlights from unseen illumination glowing on them; many were tied, all were made up, with bright red cupid lips.
There, seated regally and plumply on the chest with her back to me, gazing at herself in the mirror, was our cat Purr.