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1. plush

adjective. ['ˈplʌʃ'] characterized by extravagance and profusion.

Synonyms

  • rich
  • lucullan
  • lush
  • plushy

Antonyms

  • stingy
  • scarce
  • underprivileged
  • unfruitful

Etymology

  • peluche (French)

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Rhymes with Plush

  • thrush
  • slush
  • grush
  • frush
  • flush
  • crush
  • brush
  • blush
  • rush
  • rusche
  • rusch
  • pusch
  • nusz
  • mush
  • musch
  • lusch
  • kusch
  • hush
  • gush
  • dush
  • dusch
  • cush
  • busche

How do you pronounce plush?

Pronounce plush as pləʃ.

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Sentences with plush


1. Noun, singular or mass
Give a man with a soft heart a plush animal holding a bottle of champagne and two flutes.

2. Verb, base form
Fake fur is similar to plush but with longer fibers.

3. Adjective
Suites feature separate sitting areas and plush lounge chairs with ottomans.

Quotes about plush


1. Yes, when I get big and have my own home, no plush chairs and lace curtains for me. And no rubber plants. I'll have a desk like this in my parlor and white walls and a clean green blotter every Saturday night and a row of shining yellow pencils always sharpened for writing and a golden-brown bowl with a flower or some leaves or berries always in it and books . . . books . . . books. . . .
- Betty Smith

2. plush-like

adjective. (of textures) resembling plush.

Synonyms

  • plushy
  • coarse

Antonyms

  • smooth
  • pleasant
  • agreeable

3. plush

noun. ['ˈplʌʃ'] a fabric with a nap that is longer and softer than velvet.

Synonyms

  • textile
  • fabric
  • material

Antonyms

  • colorless
  • poor people
  • worthless
  • unproductive

Etymology

  • peluche (French)
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