(of an animal,a person) rounded;fat in a pleasant-looking way
(cause to) fall,drop,suddenly and heavily
"a chubby child"
"the anchor fell plump into the sea"
"we dropped the rock plump into the water"
"The stock market plummeted"
"He planked the money on the table"
"He planked himself into the sofa"
"We will plump out that poor starving child"
"I plumped for the losing candidates"
Soon appears O'er Horncliff-hill, a plump of spears.
出自： Sir W. Scott
The little plump of yachts cast anchor.
出自：National Observer (US)
Will no plump Fee Bribe thy false fists?
出自： F. Quarles
Nice, plump,..glossy red strawberries positively crying to be bitten into.
出自： V. Nabokov
Fanny is..distinctly plump, if not positively fat.
出自： H. Carpenter
The unmistakably plump vowels of his mother.
出自： K. Lette
It has been like plumping into cold water.
出自： H. James
He plumped..upon his knees beside the bed.
出自： A. J. Cronin
She plumped down in the rocking chair.
出自： M. Piercy
The cosmetics..a little too thick, the hips starting to plump.
出自： L. Black
Dried fruit..soaked and plumped in water.
出自： C. Conran
He plumped up his pillow and made himself comfortable.
出自： P. Carey
Poor little Jacko..fell plump on the deck and broke his neck.
出自： R. Hughes
I ran plump into such a window as I had been working on.
出自： W. C. Williams