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He had seen her in blue water: he had seen her readiness to jump to the rescue once when a market-woman, stepping out of a boat to his yacht on the Tabus, plumped in.
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With everything battened down, me a-steering and Tilly chopping ice, we held on half the night, till I plumped the sloop ashore on Porcupine Island, and we shivered it out on the beach; blankets wet, and Tilly drying the matches on her breast.
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Miss Delord plumped herself down upon the edge of the proffered seat, her toes bardy touching the floor.
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The first man he plumped into was William-a very much worried William, too.
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He was plumped into a seat between some ladies of irregular habits, and the stale odor of intoxicants, mingling with cheap perfumery, took away the edge of his curiosity.
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Something seemed to draw me to go and peep down, and drop pebbles in, to hear them rattle against the sides, fathoms below, till they plumped into the ugly black still water at the bottom.
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The weapon exploded, and a bullet plumped into the deck.
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The landlord, assisted by his niece, bustled about; his brow erect, his cheeks plumped out, and all his features exhibiting a kind of surly satisfaction.
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The choir plumped down into their places when the Psalms were finished, and abandoned themselves to slumber with little attempt at concealment, as Mr Noot began the first lesson.
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Then all at once he found himself jerked from the wagon and plumped down on the ground.
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Their fowls are not like those plumped for sale by the poulterers of London, but they are as good as other places commonly afford, except that the geese, by feeding in the sea, have universally a fishy rankness.
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And the great baby plumped upon his knees, and did as he was bid; and none the worse for that!
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The showman put the question as he plumped down in an armchair besides his two guests.
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Dorothy plumped off her saddle into the arms of several waiting cowboys.
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The nurse plumped the pillows.
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Then she plumped squarely into Dick's arms.
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Skull-Splitter, by way of diversion, plumped backward into the brook, and sat down in the cool pool up to his waist.
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The mate had plumped a shot from the long gun full into the bow of the first and-seeing the destruction which had fallen upon their leaders-both turned their heads and made for sea; the mate continuing his fire until they were out of range, one shot carrying away the greater part of the oars, on one side of the boat previously struck.
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She leaned on the umbrella, and slowly advanced her right foot as before, but this time she plumped it down into the tub.
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But poor Jim, coming after dark, had stumbled in the thick grass and had nearly plumped himself in.
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Examples of Plumped

Example #1
She had the two kinds of courage- the impulsive and the reasoned.
Example #2
Pagnell vowed she swam out a mile at Dover when she was twelve.
Example #3
Seven years, Dick, man and wife, in rough sailing and smooth.
Example #4
Tilly'd kept warm by chopping the ice away, and was all ready to cast off.
Example #5
What new falsehood is this?
Example #6
I glory in the fact that I loathe him.