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Prove Your Poetic Prowess With This Quiz On Poetry TermsSTART THE QUIZ
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
One step downward, and I feel a tug at my trousers as the air-feed plumps them out.
CAREERS OF DANGER AND DARINGCLEVELAND MOFFETT
This plumps the fibres, separates the fibrils and kills the grease.
ANIMAL PROTEINSHUGH GARNER BENNETT
It usually breeds on a plateau commanding the sea, and when approaching its nest it plumps right down to the mouth of the hole.
POACHERS AND POACHINGJOHN WATSON
Dunsford plumps down upon us sometimes with awful questions: what do you think of all philosophy?
FRIENDS IN COUNCILARTHUR HELPS
(stopping him) Plump me no plumps—I'll have it exact, or not at all—I'll not part it, so let me see it again.
TALES AND NOVELS, VOLUME 8 (OF 10)MARIA EDGEWORTH
But the boy with a shout He plumps in, he jumps out.And the little lake shakes with his play.
HERE AND NOW STORY BOOKLUCY SPRAGUE MITCHELL
Mr. Jeremy plumps for Old Tom, and the whole pack of brainless moon-calves goes after him in full cry as usual.
The school that plumps for malty Rabbits and the other that goes for milky ones are equally emphatic in their choice.
THE COMPLETE BOOK OF CHEESEROBERT CARLTON BROWN
Gambier is a useful material at this stage, as it keeps the liquors mellow and plumps the leather.
LEATHERK. J. ADCOCK
The strongest "old man" drags the female Seal away in his teeth, and plumps her down in his special part of the beach.
WITHIN THE DEEPR. CADWALLADER SMITH