plummy

[pluhm-ee]
adjective, plummier, plummiest.
1.
containing or resembling plums.
2.
good or desirable: a plummy part for a good actress.
3.
richly or mellowly resonant: a plummy speaking voice.

Origin:
1750–60; plum1 + -y1

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plummy (ˈplʌmɪ)
 
adj , -mier, -miest
1.  of, full of, or resembling plums
2.  informal (Brit) (of speech) having a deep tone and a refined and somewhat drawling articulation
3.  informal (Brit) choice; desirable

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College students and graduates are well aware of the impact a plummy placement could have on their careers.
He hosted the show for forty-three years, asking polite questions in a plummy accent.
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