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plushy

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Pronunciation: /ˈplʌʃi
 
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Definition of plushy in English:

adjective (plushier, plushiest)

Made of or resembling plush; soft to the touch: her heels sank into the plushy carpet
More example sentences
  • She gestured at the soft plushy couches.
  • They walked into the spacious living room and Lizzy snuggled into the white, plushy sofa as Jane took a chair across from her and patiently waited for her to begin.
  • Her heels sank into the plushy carpet and left little pinprick holes in the carpet weave as she pasted.

noun (also plushie) (plural plushies)

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Words that rhyme with plushy

brushy, gushy, mushy, rushy, slushy

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