Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of plute.

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Examples

  • The "plutes" would take his words and twist them into whatever sense they wished; and meantime they went on pouring abuse on Jimmie Higgins -- throwing the same old mud into his eyes, blinding him with the same old hatred.

    Jimmie Higgins

  • But the tutoring sections were only for the "plutes" or the athletes, many of whom were subsidized by fraternities or alumni.

    The Plastic Age

  • It had a manner all its own -- it was full of ginger and spice, of Western slang and hustle: It collected news of the doings of the "plutes," and served it up for the benefit of the "American working-mule."

    The Jungle

  • Bill usually went away cursing me as the friend of the "plutes" and the enemy of labor.

    The Iron Puddler

  • The picture of Comrade Bannerman shaking his fist at the trainload of "plutes" lingered with me.

    The Iron Puddler

  • It had a manner all its own -- it was full of ginger and spice, of Western slang and hustle: It collected news of the doings of the "plutes," and served it up for the benefit of the "American working-mule."

    The Jungle

  • [A Necessary Foot-NOTE: this movement was a far cry from the holocaust revisionist, crypto-Nazi, so-called "Populist Party" of today, which is a shill, set up by the plutes to corral, contain, and discredit any genuine populist potential in the present.]

    A Manifesto for Paleo-Progressives

  • Our little bunch has a lot liver times than all those plutes.

    Babbit

  • How much farther do you plutes expect to go with your grabbing?

    The Profits of Religion, Fifth Edition

  • Our little bunch has a lot liver times than all those plutes.

    Chapter 2

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