plim

verb
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plimmed; plimmed; plimming; plims

Definition of plim 

intransitive verb

dialectal, chiefly England : to increase in size : fill out : swell her bosom plimmed and fell— Thomas Hardy

transitive verb

dialectal, chiefly England : inflate, swell plimming her chest towards them— Joyce Cary

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perhaps alteration of plum entry 2

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