I plumped down on to my chest near the after hatch as if my legs had been jerked from under me.
Every five minutes the Turks plumped one six-incher on to the beach.
I was running to get out of the wet when I plumped into something fearful—a ghost!
And now, plumped on my knees in Liszt's Bayreuth tomb, I acknowledge my faults.
"This will do for a start," he said, as he plumped up the cushion and dusted the cup.
"You may do as you like," he called out, and plumped in, and we swam on shore.
An' I come up behind her an' plumped out at her to know what she was a-doin'.
Sadie did not answer, but plumped herself down on the narrow cot.
It was low, and when he had plumped down into it, the boy Jock emitted a hollow groan.
The child was plumped down on a stool to await punishment from me.