Examples of plum in a Sentence
a bowl of peaches and plums
Dried plums are also called “prunes.”
That deal is a real plum for the contractor.
Recent Examples of plum from the Web
Where a lot of palettes now chase trends (looking at you Naked Heat), the Smoky's got the perfect mix of matte and metallic silver, black, and brown, plus one beautiful shimmery plum.
The Plum Upside-down Cake was topped with thin slices of fresh plum and the cake had a moist texture.
But in Season 6, Qyburn took advantage of Varys’s absence from King’s Landing and brought the neglected Little Birds over to Team Lannister. Seducing them with promises of protection and sugared plums . .
A dipping sauce made from roasted red pepper, onion and plum tomato was perfect, although for the traditionalist, there’s homemade tartar sauce, as well.
No mannequins covered in couture, no bedazzled sugar plums, no glittering swings — just a pile of old clothes.
Breakfast waffles are delicious when topped with fresh berries, bananas and stone fruits such as peaches, plums, nectarines, apricots and pluots.
Yu Garden Your fantasy of old China: five acres of pavilions, koi ponds, plum blossoms, rockeries, and dragon walls.
For several in our group, the hospitality of homemade plum brandy, a pork-and-beef dish called faschile and cherry cake served with frank conversation was a highlight.
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Origin and Etymology of plum
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
Definition of Plum
PLUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of plum for English Language Learners
: a round, juicy fruit that has red or purple skin, sweet yellow flesh, and a hard seed at the center
: something that many people want or think is very good
: a dark reddish-purple color
PLUM Defined for Kids
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