One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Courtney, plumply likeable in a snug hat, looked politely bemused.’
- ‘Fisher is plumply overdeveloped, more than simply enticing, bursting her seams, and she's the aggressor and the liar in the tale.’
- ‘It was flavourless and odourless, but it felt very satisfying sitting plumply on my tongue.’
- ‘Four houses up the street, a festive wreath rustled off another set of oak doors and landed plumply in a snowy hedge.’
- ‘Richly draped and plumply dressed four poster beds and Regency-style gilded sofas from Christians are selling for £8,000.’
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