plump

Tubby vs Plump - What's the difference?

tubby | plump |


As adjectives the difference between tubby and plump

is that tubby is stout, rotund while plump is having a full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat overweight.

As nouns the difference between tubby and plump

is that tubby is (pejorative|slang|often used teasingly) an overweight person while plump is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd.

As a verb plump is

to grow ; to swell out.

As an adverb plump is

directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.

Taxonomy vs Plump - What's the difference?

taxonomy | plump |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and plump

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while plump is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd.

As a verb plump is

to grow ; to swell out.

As an adjective plump is

having a full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat overweight.

As an adverb plump is

directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.

Slim vs Plump - What's the difference?

slim | plump |


As nouns the difference between slim and plump

is that slim is slime, mucus while plump is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd.

As a verb plump is

to grow ; to swell out.

As an adjective plump is

having a full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat overweight.

As an adverb plump is

directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.

Surge vs Plump - What's the difference?

surge | plump |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between surge and plump

is that surge is (obsolete) a spring; a fountain while plump is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd.

As nouns the difference between surge and plump

is that surge is a sudden transient rush, flood or increase while plump is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd.

As verbs the difference between surge and plump

is that surge is (lb) to rush, flood, or increase suddenly while plump is to grow ; to swell out.

As an adjective plump is

having a full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat overweight.

As an adverb plump is

directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.

Plump vs Plumb - What's the difference?

plump | plumb |


In lang=en terms the difference between plump and plumb

is that plump is to give (a vote), as a plumper while plumb is to work as a plumber.

As verbs the difference between plump and plumb

is that plump is to grow ; to swell out while plumb is to determine the depth, generally of a liquid; to sound.

As adjectives the difference between plump and plumb

is that plump is having a full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat overweight while plumb is truly vertical, as indicated by a plumb line.

As adverbs the difference between plump and plumb

is that plump is directly; suddenly; perpendicularly while plumb is in a vertical direction; perpendicularly.

As nouns the difference between plump and plumb

is that plump is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd while plumb is a little mass of lead, or the like, attached to a line, and used by builders, etc, to indicate a vertical direction.

Plump vs Plumpish - What's the difference?

plump | plumpish |


As adjectives the difference between plump and plumpish

is that plump is having a full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat overweight while plumpish is somewhat plump.

As a verb plump

is to grow ; to swell out.

As an adverb plump

is directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.

As a noun plump

is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd.

Plump vs Porkish - What's the difference?

plump | porkish |


As adjectives the difference between plump and porkish

is that plump is having a full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat overweight while porkish is (colloquial) plump.

As a verb plump

is to grow ; to swell out.

As an adverb plump

is directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.

As a noun plump

is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd.

Thick vs Plump - What's the difference?

thick | plump |


As adjectives the difference between thick and plump

is that thick is relatively great in extent from one surface to the opposite in its smallest solid dimension while plump is having a full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat overweight.

As adverbs the difference between thick and plump

is that thick is in a thick manner while plump is directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.

As nouns the difference between thick and plump

is that thick is the thickest, or most active or intense, part of something while plump is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd.

As verbs the difference between thick and plump

is that thick is (archaic|transitive) to thicken while plump is to grow ; to swell out.

Curvy vs Plump - What's the difference?

curvy | plump |


As adjectives the difference between curvy and plump

is that curvy is having curves while plump is having a full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat overweight.

As a verb plump is

to grow ; to swell out.

As an adverb plump is

directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.

As a noun plump is

(obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd.

Stout vs Plump - What's the difference?

stout | plump |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between stout and plump

is that stout is (obsolete) proud; haughty; arrogant; hard while plump is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd.

As adjectives the difference between stout and plump

is that stout is large; bulky, thickset; corpulent, fat while plump is having a full and rounded shape; chubby, somewhat overweight.

As nouns the difference between stout and plump

is that stout is a dark and strong malt brew made with toasted grain while plump is (obsolete) a knot or cluster; a group; a crowd.

As a verb plump is

to grow ; to swell out.

As an adverb plump is

directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.

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