plush [pluhsh] /plʌʃ/ Show IPA noun, adjective, plusher, plushest.
a fabric, as of silk, cotton, or wool, whose pile is more than ⅛ inch (0.3 cm) high.
expensively or showily luxurious: the plushest hotel in town.
abundantly rich; lush; luxuriant:
plush, rolling lawns.
1585–95; 1920–25 for def 2; < French pluche, syncopated variant of peluche ≪ Latin pilus hair
2. opulent, lavish, palatial.