verb (used with object), plumed, plum·ing.
Origin of plume
Related formsplume·less, adjectiveplume·like, adjectivere·plume, verb (used with object), re·plumed, re·plum·ing.
Examples from the Web for plume
Borgman has escaped through a tunnel, leaving a plume of smoke in his wake.
Reprinted with the permission of Plume, a member of the Penguin Group.
As ocean currents head eastward across the Pacific, the plume is expected eventually to hit the West Coast of the United States.
Follow the path as the plume spreads and the ultimate destination becomes clear.
The plume spread over 16 miles, suffocating many living things in its wake.
He had crowned himself with the basin, and pulled his hair through it in the shape of a plume.Cleg Kelly, Arab of the City|S. R. (Samuel Rutherford) Crockett
Plume de coq, that they reckoned at thirty-five, was beaten by Basilicate by two lengths.Rene Mauperin|Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt
The door slammed, and Mr. Driscoll puffed down the stairs leaving behind him a trail of language like a locomotive's plume.The Walking Delegate|Leroy Scott
"I shall have to run down to Sandy again," said Byrne, to Plume.An Apache Princess|Charles King
Soldiers, if my standard falls, look for the plume upon your king's helmet!The Last Of The Barons, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton