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Oxford dictionary definition of the word plumb:
1measure (the depth of a body of water):
I plumbed the depth and found the bottom of the shelf to be seven metres down
[no object, with adverbial] (of water) be of a specified depth:
at its deepest the lake scarcely plumbed seven feet
explore or experience fully or to extremes:
she had plumbed the depths of depravity
2test (an upright surface) to determine the vertical:
they are valuable aids in plumbing the frames and keeping the side of the ship fair
a ball of lead or other heavy object attached to the end of a line for finding the depth of water or determining the vertical on an upright surface.
1 informal exactly:
trading opportunities plumb in the centre of central Europe
[as submodifier] North American extremely or completely:
they must both be plumb crazy
2 archaic vertically:
drapery fell from their human forms plumb down
ensure that the skirting is straight and plumb
Cricket (of the wicket) level; true.
out of plumb
not exactly vertical:
the towers are inclined, from four to ten feet out of plumb
Middle English (originally in the sense ‘sounding lead’): via Old French from Latin plumbum ‘lead’