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plumper

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[ pluhm-per ]
/ ˈplʌm pər /
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noun
an act of falling heavily; a plumping.
Chiefly British. the vote of a person who plumps.
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Origin of plumper

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plumper2
[ pluhm-per ]
/ ˈplʌm pər /

noun
something carried in the mouth to fill out hollow cheeks.

Origin of plumper

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First recorded in 1755–65; plump1 + -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for plumper

plumper
/ (ˈplʌmpə) /

noun
a pad carried in the mouth by actors to round out the cheeks
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