plenitude

[ plen-i-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF plenitude

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLENITUDE

A pretty plea to a beloved object in the plenitude of her power!

He was fond of good company, and of this there was a plenitude in Dublin.

For most, however, there was minor luxury, and a plenitude of necessities.

Those who possessed the plenitude of power were bound to employ it.

The loves and sorrows that are great are destroyed by their own plenitude.

He had seemed before to be enjoying the plenitude of royal favour.

Here I have my abode in plenitude, yea, superabundance of all that I require.

He still dwells amongst us, yet not in the plenitude of his power.

And what has it done for modern Paris, where it exists in the plenitude of its glory?

It was in vain that he sought to recover the plenitude of his judgment.

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