Origin: Fr pluche from peluche from Old French peluchier, to pluck from Vulgar Latin an unverified form piluccare: see pluck
- of or made of plush
- Informal luxurious, as in furnishings
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- Made of or covered with plush.
Origin: French pluche, variant of peluche, from pelucher, to become fluffy, shed, from Old French peluchier, to pluck, probably from Vulgar Latin *piluccāre; see pluck.
- plushˈly adverb
- plushˈness noun