[pluh-goh-luh] /plʌˈgoʊ lə/
payment or favor given to people in media or motion pictures for favorable mention or display of a particular product or brand name.
promotional mention or praise of someone or something on radio or television.
[based on payola]
[pluhg-uhg-lee] /ˈplʌgˌʌg li/ noun, plural pluguglies. Informal. 1. a ruffian; rowdy; tough.
[pluhg-uhg-lee] /ˈplʌgˌʌg li/ noun, plural pluguglies. Informal. 1. a ruffian; rowdy; tough. adjective 1. (informal) extremely ugly noun (pl) -lies 2. (US, slang) a city tough; ruffian n. “ruffian,” 1856, originally in Baltimore, Maryland, from plug (n.), American English slang name for the stovepipe hats then popular among young men, + ugly. noun [origin unknown; […]
[pluhm] /plʌm/ noun 1. the drupaceous fruit of any of several trees belonging to the genus Prunus, of the rose family, having an oblong stone. 2. the tree itself. 3. any of various other trees bearing a plumlike fruit. 4. the fruit itself. 5. a . 6. a raisin, as in a cake or pudding. […]
[ploo-mij] /ˈplu mɪdʒ/ noun 1. the entire feathery covering of a bird. 2. feathers collectively. /ˈpluːmɪdʒ/ noun 1. the layer of feathers covering the body of a bird n. late 14c., “feathers,” from Old French plumage “plumage, appearance” (14c.), from plume (see plume (n.)). plumage (pl’mĭj) The covering of feathers on a bird.