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plush

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishplushplush1 /plʌʃ/ adjective informal  EXPENSIVEvery comfortable, expensive, and of good quality a plush hotel Their casino is the plushest in town.
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plushThe firm's headquarters is a plush $2.5 million office building on Woodside Road.Battered budget accommodation in a plush area.Otherwise, the plush arena and a large crowd might prove too much to handle.plush green carpetthe plush lobby of a four-star hotelTheir plush London home provided a base for Jane's voluntary work with the Samaritans.People wanted to work at the Skunk Works not be-cause it was plush or prestigious, but because they loved the work.
Related topics: Material & textiles
plushplush2 noun [uncountable]  TIMa silk or cotton material with a thick soft surface plush curtains
Examples from the Corpus
plushIn these six-storey mills velvet and plush were made.Downstairs, you sat on wooden benches; upstairs, there were seats of dark crimson plush.Clara wants the seats to be upholstered in plush.Her hat was mauve plush with a veil.There were high walls, old plush chairs, a heavy rug with a stale odor hanging close.
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