"dealer in ornamental feathers," from French plumassier, from Middle French plumasse "plume of feather," from plume (see plume).
- plum curculio,
- plum duff,
- plum pudding,
- plum tomato,
- plumb bob,
- plumb joint,
- plumb line
Examples from the Web for plumassier
The "Anacreontic to a Plumassier" is a very delicate piece of verse, fluffy and feathery.Thomas Moore|Stephen Gwynn
Among the earliest victims was the wife of the King's plumassier.