noun \ˈpləsh\

: a thick, soft fabric

Full Definition of PLUSH

:  a fabric with an even pile longer and less dense than velvet pile

Origin of PLUSH

Middle French peluche
First Known Use: 1594

Rhymes with PLUSH



: made of a thick, soft fabric

: thick and soft

: very fancy and usually expensive

Full Definition of PLUSH

:  relating to, resembling, or made of plush
a :  notably luxurious
b :  rich, full <the plush sound of his saxophone playing> <a plush, ripe wine>
plush·ly adverb
plush·ness noun

Examples of PLUSH

  1. The hotel accommodations were plush.
  2. <a particularly plush and buttery chardonnay>

First Known Use of PLUSH

circa 1645


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