PLUMP, a.1. Full; swelled with fat or flesh to the full size; fat; having a full skin; round; as a plump boy; a plump habit of body. The famish'd crow grows plump and round.2. Full; blunt; unreserved; unqualified; as a plump lie.
PLUMP, n. A knot; a cluster; a clump; a number of things closely united or standing together; as a plump of trees; a plump of fowls; a plump of horsemen.
[This word is not now used in this sense, but the use of it formerly, is good evidence that plump is clump, with a different prefix, and both are radically one word with lump. Plumb, L. plumbum, is the same word, a lump or mass.
PLUMP, v.t. [from the adjective.] To swell; to extend to fullness; to dilate; to fatten. The particles of air expanding themselves, plump out the sides of the bladder. A wedding at our house will plump me up with good cheer.
PLUMP, v.i.1. To plunge or fall like a heavy mass or lump of dead matter; to fall suddenly or at once.2. To enlarge to fullness; to be swelled.
PLUMP, adv. Suddenly; heavily; at once, or with a sudden heavy fall.
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