Plummy meaning

plŭmē
Choice; desirable.

A plummy job.

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Exceedingly or affectedly mellow and rich.

A plummy voice.

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Full of or tasting of plums.
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(brit., informal) Good or desirable.
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(informal) Rich, full, and mellow.
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Of, pertaining to, containing, or characteristic of plums.
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For the sake of getting something plummy. "” G. Eliot.

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(of a voice) Rich, mellow and carefully articulated, especially with an upper-class accent.
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Origin of plummy

  • plum +"Ž -y. In the sense of a voice, because of the supposed similarity to speaking with a plum in one's mouth.

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