adjective Also plum .
adverb Also plum .
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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The stock, while worth only about a quarter of its all-time high in 2013, has risen sixfold since plumbing all-time lows back in March.How Bed Bath & Beyond’s CEO tamed its trademark coupons—and turned the retailer around|Phil Wahba|November 10, 2020|Fortune
It didn’t turn me into a botanist, but I learned to appreciate the passion and dedication it takes to continue the hunt for a last surviving plant, or plumb mysteries of the universe in miniature.In praise of serendipity — and scientific obsession|Nancy Shute|November 6, 2020|Science News
Few writers have plumbed a region's dark history so thoroughly or profoundly.
When Hilton Fenley saw the doctor he threw up his hands with the gesture of one who has plumbed the depths of misery.The Strange Case of Mortimer Fenley|Louis Tracy
The resources that we had been led to believe had been plumbed to their depths were now revealed to us as inexhaustible.
Was there any depth of wretchedness or of humiliation which the thirteenth Marquis of Loveland had not plumbed at last?Lord Loveland Discovers America|C. N. Williamson
I would have plumbed her for some solid ground, something to rest one's faith on.The Tragic Comedians, Complete|George Meredith
To be well warmed, ventilated and plumbed is the chief end of man.The House that Jill Built|E. C. Gardner