Definition for PLUMP

PLUMP, v.i. [from the noun; G. plumpen, D. plompen, Dan. plomper, to plunge.]

  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. – Ainsworth.

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