"plum" Definition

  1. £100,000, usually applied to the dowry of a rich heiress, to a legacy, or to a sum made in business or by a lucky speculation.

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Position in the dictionary: 2631 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: plum-cash, plummy, plumper, plunder, plunger, plutocracy, pocket, pocket-pistol, podgy, pogram
Previous words in the dictionary: plucked un, pluck, ploughed, plough., plebs, play, platform, plant, place, pitch the nob

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