Plummy



[pluhm-ee] /ˈplʌm i/

adjective, plummier, plummiest.
1.
containing or resembling .
2.
good or desirable:
a plummy part for a good actress.
3.
richly or mellowly resonant:
a plummy speaking voice.
/ˈplʌmɪ/
adjective -mier, -miest
1.
of, full of, or resembling plums
2.
(Brit, informal) (of speech) having a deep tone and a refined and somewhat drawling articulation
3.
(Brit, informal) choice; desirable

adjective

Rich and sonorous; orotund and fruity; unctuous; smarmy: the rich, plummy voice of Edward Arnold (1881+)

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