Plumb

Exactly perpendicular; vertical.
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Plumb

• (a.) Perpendicular; vertical; conforming the direction of a line attached to a plumb; as, the wall is plumb. • (v. t.) To sound with a plumb or plummet, as the depth of water; hence, to examine by test; to ascertain the depth, quality, dimension, etc.; to sound; to fathom; to test. • (v. t.) To adjust by a plumb line; to cause to b...
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Plumb

(from the article `Gee, Maurice`) ...Glorious Morning, Comrade (1975) are set in this milieu. Gee`s best-known work is his Plumb trilogy, which examines the lives of three generations ... ...New Zealanders a more comprehensive view of themselves and their society than fiction had previously offered. For a long time Gee`s best work was ....
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Plumb

- Exactly vertical and perpendicular.
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plumb

adjective exactly vertical; `the tower of Pisa is far out of plumb`
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Plumb

Plumb (plŭm) noun [ French plomb , Latin plumbum lead, a leaden ball or bullet; confer Greek mo`lybos , mo`libos , mo`lybdos . Confer Plummet , Plunge .] A little mass or weight of lead, or the like, attached to a line, and used by b...
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Plumb

Plumb adjective Perpendicular; vertical; conforming the direction of a line attached to a plumb; as, the wall is plumb .
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Plumb

Plumb adverb In a plumb direction; perpendicularly. ' Plumb down he falls.' Milton.
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Plumb

Plumb transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Plumbed (plŭmd); present participle & verbal noun Plumbing (plŭm'ĭng).] 1. To adjust by a plumb line; to cause to be perpendicular; as, to plumb a bui...
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Plumb

A line or plane perpendicular to the Earth's surface.
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Plumb

Deviation from vertical in two points on a column.
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Plumb

Exactly vertical and perpendicular.
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Plumb

Exactly vertical. Measured with a plumb line
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plumb

examine thoroughly and in great depth
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plumb

get to the root of 
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Plumb

of a dismissal by LBW: indisputable, obvious. Of a wicket, giving true bounce.
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Plumb

of a dismissal by LBW: indisputable, obvious. Of a wicket, giving true bounce.[8]
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Plumb

Perfectly vertical, perpendicular with the floor.
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plumb

plumb, plumbed 1. A weight on the end of a line, used to determine water depth. 2. A weight on the end of a line, used especially by masons and carpenters to establish a true vertical. 3. A small mass of lead or other heavy material, as that suspended by a line and used to measure the depth of water or to ascertain a vertical line. 4. In a verti...
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plumb

Straight up and down, perfectly vertical
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Plumb

The condition of perfect vertical alignment.
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Plumb

this is a term used to describe a fitting or angle that is perfectly perpendicular and structurally sound.
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plumb

To gauge or assess the various types of lean in a tree.
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plumb

[adj] - exactly vertical 2. [adv] - conforming to the direction of a plumb line 3. [adv] - (informal) exactly 4. [v] - weight with lead 5. [v] - measure the depth of something 6. [v] - examine thoroughly and in great depth 7. [v] - adjust with a plumb line so as to make vertical
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