Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A kind of dogfish.

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  • adjective comparative form of plush: more plush

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Examples

  • That VP's duties may be to plan the next student amenity: better on-campus health clubs, plusher residencies and affinity travel groups, aka the "semester abroad."

    More Professors Teaching May Not Lower College Costs

  • The second half lacked the fizz of the first, although it was buffeted by a small crowd disturbance which saw stewards remove a few of the 2,000 or so who had travelled from the plusher parts of Cheshire to have their dreams swiftly snuffed out.

    Bolton Wanderers 2-0 Macclesfield Town | FA Cup third-round replay

  • These models were given plusher interiors using higher-quality materials, such as soft-touch plastics instead of the hard plastic for which Chrysler has been criticized.

    Chrysler Rides Higher at Detroit Show

  • The six-year-old Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman is a plusher alternative on Seven Mile Beach from $299 per night, ritzcarlton.com .

    See-Worthy

  • Generally speaking, I described the Cahors style as having higher tannins, less fruit, lower alcohol and more “rustic” and the Argentine style as having more fruit, higher alcohol, and generally a plusher feel.

    Cahors: does the Malbec comparison help or hurt? | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • With improved engines and plusher interiors, its cars and trucks are winning back American consumers.

    Chrysler Gains Momentum

  • The key advantages of IRS on a sport quad are greatly improved ground clearance and a plusher, less abusive ride.

    Quad 2009 ATV Buyers Guide

  • Subaru of America Inc., a unit of Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., is showing its larger and plusher 2012 Impreza, its first effort to shake off its vehicles' image as largely a cold-weather companion.

    High Expectations for Air Lease

  • Made with fruit from 36-year old vines, it plusher and fruitier than the others — and yet still taut.

    California Wines

  • Generally speaking, I described the Cahors style as having higher tannins, less fruit, lower alcohol and more “rustic” and the Argentine style as having more fruit, higher alcohol, and generally a plusher feel.

    2009 September | Dr Vino's wine blog

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