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plumper

(plŭm′pĕr) [Middle Low Ger. plump, to fill]
A pad for filling out sunken cheeks, sometimes in the form of a flange or extension from artificial dentures.
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The plumper behind is all the rage and now even flat-bottomed girls can make the rockin' world go round with this cheeky new creation from DuPont.
And it wasn't only her cleavage that looked swell, her lips appeared a bit plumper, too.
Fill it in with lipstick then add gloss over the top for a plumper looking pout.
Now there were few plumper - er, happier - than him.
One of these included a lip plumper made by City Cosmetics which is a direct competitor to Hydroderm's Volumising Lip Serum.
LOOKING tanned and plumper, George Best flew back from Spain this morning having triumphed in a crucial confrontation with his battle with the bottle.
She looked a little plumper around the bust though.
While it seems de rigueur to ridicule Derby and Davies, bigger-name managers holding plumper budgets and larger reputations are of f the radars of the critics.
GEORGE BEST, tanned and plumper, flew back from Spain this morning having triumphed in a crucial confrontation with booze.
There was a slight redness but the area looked smoother and plumper.
FRESHER, plumper, younger skin in 15 minutes with a bit of dragon's blood.