Plumply in a sentence

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Definition of Plumply

  • Fully; roundly; plainly; without reserve.

How to use plumply in a sentence. Plumply pronunciation.

Another woman would have told Lucy plumply that she was a little fool; that in the first place young Grieve had never shown any signs of making love to her at all; and that, in the second, if he had, her father would never let her marry him without a struggle which nobody could suppose Lucy capable of waging with a man like Purcell.
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At any rate, I will say plumply that the ancient capital of Burgundy is want- ing in character; it is not up to the mark.
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But when he had got as far as the docks, Mrs. Gibson, good soul, frightened at the bigness of the ships (a queer cause of alarm), refused plumply ever to put her foot on one of them.
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Among justifiable lies I do not reckon that of Scott if ever he plumply denied that he wrote the Waverley novels.
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One day he asked the King plumply in the presence of Villeroy if his Majesty meant anything serious by all these warlike preparations.
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But withal Winsome Charteris set her pails as frankly and plumply on the ground, as though she were plain as a pike-staff, and bent a moment over to look into the gypsy-pot swung on its birchen triangle.
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Examples of Plumply

Example #1
And now life seemed to have passed for ever into this half-light of misery.
Example #2
It was all a silly fancy, the whim of a green girl, which would make her miserable for nothing.
Example #3
It is old and narrow and crooked, and it has been left pretty well to itself: but it is not high and overhanging; it is not, to the eye, what the Burgundian capital should be.
Example #4
They had too often been the consequence of arbitrary preconceptions, produced by influences of which I had lost the trace.
Example #5
So her husband, a dutiful man with a full sense of his wife's government upon him, consented unwillingly to stop in Liverpool, where he settled down to work again as a gardener.
Example #6
When Jack was nine years old, his father determined to emigrate to America, and for that purpose went to Liverpool to embark for the United States.