Naut. attrib. and in the genitive. Chiefly with capital initial. Designating a marking or series of markings on the side of a merchant ship which indicates, in British maritime law, the draught level to which the ship may be loaded with cargo (now consisting of a set of six such marks applying to different sea conditions); esp. in Plimsoll line, Plimsoll’s mark (also Plimsoll mark), Plimsoll’s pancake (cf. disc n. 3b). Also fig.
“plimsoll, n.” OED Online. Oxford University Press, December 2016. Web. 16 December 2016.
I’ve been working on my Christmas drawings for people and I realise how awkward certain dogs look. For one, Rottweilers are pretty much a blob of lovable chub. I love Rotties, but they are almost indistinguishable from a Ditto in a drawing.