He gyrates back and forth in his plush red-velvet chair in his dressing room.
She may be living way outside of her plush comfort zone, but she knows how to take care of herself.
He suffers from the plush curse as well—fierce on paper, but undeniably huggable on the field.
Lavigne boasts, lounging on a plush couch in a Manhattan hotel.
For Thal to end up working for a place like plush is not as crazy as it sounds.
She sat down on the round, plush seat in the middle of the room and looked up at the two men helplessly.
It might have been the parlor of the White Springs Hotel in duplicate, plush self-rocker and all.
She can trust his fidelity to the star scintillating in a field of plush, as to the Polar that of magnetic needle.
He shaved me without a pull, and my face ain't no plush sofy, neither.
There is no plush made which will give the service, present the luster and retain a standing pile as37 long as mohair.
"soft fabric," 1590s, from Middle French pluche "shag, plush," contraction of peluche "hairy fabric," from Old French peluchier "to pull, to tug, to pluck" (the final process in weaving plush), from Vulgar Latin *piluccare "remove hair" (see pluck (v.)). Related: Plushy; plushness.
"swank, luxurious," 1927, from plush (n.). Plushy in this sense is recorded from 1923. Related: Plushly; plushness.
Luxurious; stylish; costly: a swank, plush, exclusive cabaret club/ singer Ella Logan at the plushy Casablanca (1927+)
: All the plush in the world won't tidy up his vulgar soul
[fr the soft and costly fabric, fr French pluche]