Noun(1) anything that resembles a feather in shape or lightness(2) a feather or cluster of feathers worn as an ornament(3) the light horny waterproof structure forming the external covering of birds
Verb(1) rip off; ask an unreasonable price(2) be proud of(3) deck with a plume(4) clean with one's bill(5) form a plume(6) dress or groom with elaborate care
(1) Finally we were outside and he was walking beside me in his favourite cloak that made him look like a captain, something he had always wanted to be and his wide brimmed hat with the feather plume .(2) Her head was crowned by a winged helmet with a plume of brightly colored feathers on top.(3) The chair back is the embodiment of elegance, suggesting an open plume of feathers supported by lyrical S-shaped side rails.(4) a radioactive plume(5) Regardless of the type of evacuation system used, the capture device should be placed as close as possible to the source of the plume .(6) The stunt came just days after the Vatican signalled the election of new Pope with a plume of white smoke.(7) Scientists plot such data to identify the signature of a hydrothermal plume - a geothermal phenomenon that indicates the presence of an underwater vent.(8) And a little chemical lab analyzes the sweat, body odor, and skin flakes in the human thermal plume - the halo of heat that surrounds each person.(9) A plume of blue exhaust streams out, the engine screams - and we're off, shooting along the high wire.(10) as he spoke, the word was accompanied by a white plume of breath(11) The female has a tan head with a small feather plume .(12) A very loud siren will give a shrill whoop-whoop if a deadly plume of gas gets loose, and we're issuing special protective equipment for each home, business, and school.(13) a hat with a jaunty ostrich plume(14) A huge radioactive plume was spreading outward from the exploded reactor core, threatening to contaminate everything in its path with potentially fatal isotopes.(15) Every now and then they would fire a pair of missiles which would explode and send a plume of darker smoke above the white haze of gunsmoke already hanging above the camp.(16) The plume contained toxic pollutants, possibly cyanide, from foam, oil, acrylic paints and tyres burnt in the blaze.