plugworthy

EnglishEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From plug (to blatantly mention or advertise) +‎ -worthy.

AdjectiveEdit

plugworthy (comparative more plugworthy, superlative most plugworthy)

  1. (show business, rare) Worthy of being plugged
    • 1967, The Spectator, volume 219, page 249:
      In pursuit of plugworthy composers, then, the Festival is sure sooner or later to walk off the end of the pier.
    • 2014, Dic Mortimer, Cardiff:
      Because of this isolation, and the lack of visitor 'attractions' deemed plug-worthy, nobody goes to Gabalfa unless they live there, work there, or are writing a painstaking Cardiff history.