- plumpness, Plumpness, stoutness, especially when voluptuous.
1922, James Joyce, Ulysses:
- :The beautiful woman threw off her sabletrimmed wrap, displaying her queenly shoulders and heaving .
Etymology: From en bonne pointFrench, point, literally "in good condition".
- plump, Plump, chubby, buxom.
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