plushy

adjective
\ˈplə-shē \
plushier; plushiest

Definition of plushy 

1 : having the texture of or covered with plush

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Other Words from plushy

plushiness noun

Examples of plushy in a Sentence

a plushy Parisian hotel where a night's stay commands a king's ransom

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Even restaurants such as the French Laundry and Nobu have jumped on the bandwagon, to offer exclusive bottles to their guests, and such steak houses as Del Frisco’s sell plushy cabernets under their own labels. Elin Mccoy, Bloomberg.com, "Are the Wines from Costco, Amazon, or Hyatt Any Good? A Taste Test," 31 July 2017 In New York, the idea of plushy seats with calligraphy place cards and plastic on the catwalk seems to be fading. Brooke Bobb, Vogue, "Are There More Decrepit Buildings, Dead Malls, and Smelly Markets in Our New York Fashion Week Future?," 12 July 2017

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First Known Use of plushy

1611, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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Dictionary Entries near plushy

plushed

plushily

plushlike

plushy

plusia

plusiid

Plusiidae

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