plumply

Plumply vs Plump - What's the difference?

plumply | plump |


As adverbs the difference between plumply and plump

is that plumply is without reserve; fully; roundly; plainly while plump is directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.

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 a noun plump is

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

Plumpy vs Plumply - What's the difference?

plumpy | plumply |


As an adjective plumpy

is plump; fat; sleek.

As an adverb plumply is

without reserve; fully; roundly; plainly.

Plainly vs Plumply - What's the difference?

plainly | plumply |


As adverbs the difference between plainly and plumply

is that plainly is in a plain manner; simply; basically while plumply is without reserve; fully; roundly; plainly.

Roundly vs Plumply - What's the difference?

roundly | plumply |


As adverbs the difference between roundly and plumply

is that roundly is circularly while plumply is without reserve; fully; roundly; plainly.

Fully vs Plumply - What's the difference?

fully | plumply |


As adverbs the difference between fully and plumply

is that fully is in a full manner; without lack or defect while plumply is without reserve; fully; roundly; plainly.

Reserve vs Plumply - What's the difference?

reserve | plumply |


As a noun reserve

is (label) restriction.

As a verb reserve

is to keep back; to retain.

As an adverb plumply is

without reserve; fully; roundly; plainly.