Plummy

Plum"my

(?), a. [From Plum.] Of the nature of a plum; desirable; profitable; advantageous. [Colloq.] "For the sake of getting something plummy." G. Eliot.
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Plu*mose"

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Plu"mous

(?), } a. [L. plumosus, fr. pluma feather: cf. F. plumeux.]
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1. Having feathers or plumes.
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2. Having hairs, or other prts, arranged along an axis like a feather; feathery; plumelike; as, a plumose leaf; plumose tentacles.
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