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  • n. The quality or state of being plump.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The quality or state of being plump.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or quality of being plump; fullness of skin; distention to roundness: as, the plumpness of a boy; plumpness of the cheek.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the bodily property of being well rounded


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  • She retains her usual colour and plumpness, which is a sign that the maternal exertions have not been too much for her.

    The Life of the Spider

  • But, Varys' "plumpness" is not crucial to the plot I know, he's a eunuch and he is a bit of a "master of disguise" anyway...

    Insider: Sean Bean cast as Ned

  • Charlotte who is just sixteen is shorter than her Sister, and though her figure cannot boast the easy dignity of Julia's, yet it has a pleasing plumpness which is in a different way as estimable.

    Love And Freindship

  • The most common type was that of mild obesity which men call "plumpness," a quality so prized since the world began that the women of all races by natural selection become relatively fatter than men.

    City of Endless Night

  • He was somewhat bald, somewhat grey, somewhat fat, and had lost that look of rosy plumpness which is seldom, I fear, compatible with hard work and late hours.

    Ayala's Angel

  • She doesn't have enough fat on her body to get the kind of plumpness she needs to pad her thighs and bum.

    The Full Feed from

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  • Her extreme plumpness and the green tinge about her face shocked me.


  • Lama Katie, squat, big-breasted, her hair the color of midnight in a coal mine and her eyes even darker, gave him a smile of encouragement that radiated down the two deeply etched lines defining her chin and into the billowing plumpness beneath.

    The Silence

  • With their deep cups and occasional oversize plumpness, the Pacifics don't look much like most of the oysters back East, but they do share the trait of adapting, chameleonlike, to their specific growing sites.

    The American Oyster Paradise


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