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plumper

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noun plump·er \ˈpləm-pər\

Definition of plumper

  1. :  an object carried in the mouth to fill out the cheeks



Origin and Etymology of plumper

5plump


First Known Use: 1690


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plumper

noun plump·er

Definition of plumper

chiefly British

  1. :  a vote for only one candidate when two or more are to be elected to the same office



Origin and Etymology of plumper

1plump


First Known Use: circa 1785


Medical Dictionary

plumper

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noun plump·er \ˈpləm-pər\

Medical Definition of plumper

  1. :  an object carried in the mouth to fill out the cheeks





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