Noun(1) the sound of a sudden heavy fall
Verb(1) drop sharply(2) set (something or oneself(3) make fat or plump(4) give support (to, of
Adjective(1) sufficiently fat so as to have a pleasing fullness of figure
Adverb(1) straight down especially heavily or abruptly
(1) He does this effortlessly and without changing the blank expression on his slightly plump face.(2) A bright hue, a rosy blush, pretty skin that's blemish free, and a plump shape - these are generally key for ripe fruits.(3) At this, poor, corpulent Kirstie looks up, turns a plump finger to her chest and mouths ├ö├ç├┐Me?├ö├ç├û(4) Topped with shredded carrots and a very sweet dressing, it also featured plump raisins sprinkled throughout, a very nice touch.(5) This yard, however, had been transformed into a lush garden full of plump , red, juicy tomatoes.(6) Some seemed to be only slightly larger than a good, plump chicken, an ideal size for the smaller family.(7) Bessie is a plump , round colourfully fluffy bird and is the kind, caring and knowledgeable adult.(8) They had admired his silky black hair and his huge violet eyes, pinched his plump cheeks and fussed over him.(9) Alonso's dark hair is peppered with gray, and his plump cheeks are dusted with stubble.(10) she sat down plump on the bed(11) Many of the animals here are also quintessentially cute: a rounded bunny, a kitten playing with yarn, a plump fish, a faun.(12) I leave Chicago and busy Route 38 behind, then head up a gravel road to a white-picketed yard full of plump chickens scratching about.(13) It came with a wonderful rice pilaf, dotted with raisins, plump cranberries, nuts, seeds and thinly sliced almonds.(14) he must tell her plump and plain that he was collecting unemployment(15) Some of them are plump and juicy and full of savory flavor, but others are hard and dry.(16) She had a warm smile and plump cheeks that were a rosy red.