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See definition of plenum on Dictionary.com
  • as incompleteness
  • as infullness
  • as inlegislature
  • as inquorum
  • as insatiation

synonyms for plenum

  • integrity
  • plenitude
  • body
  • chamber
  • house
  • parliament
  • assembly
  • congress
  • council
  • diet
  • lawmakers
  • senate
  • house of representatives
  • voice of the people
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antonyms for plenum

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  • incompleteness
  • lack
  • need
  • scarcity
  • want
  • emptiness
  • incompleteness
  • void
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      How to use plenum in a sentence

      Qulibet ecclesia congregetur et eligat ex se ipsa unum plenum fide et Spiritu Dei.
      HISTORY OF THE GREAT REFORMATION, VOLUME IVJ. H. MERLE D'AUBIGN
      Some of my brethren might be alarmed as at febrile indications; they would bleed you—even ad plenum rivum—forgive the Latin.
      THE LADY OF LYNNWALTER BESANT
      A thermostat is placed in the tempered-air part of the plenum room to maintain the proper temperature of the tempered air.
      PHYSICSWILLIS EUGENE TOWER
      A discussion of this kind is perhaps more than any other periculosæ plenum opus aleæ; but it is too important to be neglected.
      THE FLOURISHING OF ROMANCE AND THE RISE OF ALLEGORYGEORGE SAINTSBURY
      Nature is a plenum, is finished, and the Divine account with her is closed; but man is only yet a chick in the egg.
      THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY , VOLUME 2, NO. 14, DECEMBER 1858VARIOUS
      The immediate result of the situation he created and controlled so deftly was Moglaut's production of a closed-plenum grid suit.
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      Let any external power be applied against the plenum and it would be smashed, hurled back full force upon its source.
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      It is a perilous investment to aspire to be a poet,—periculos plenum opus ale.
      ESSAYSARTHUR CHRISTOPHER BENSON
      The Plenum of the Senate appoints the members of the committee for a period of three years.
      THROUGH FINLAND IN CARTSETHEL BRILLIANA ALEC-TWEEDIE
      Probably not—Eddorian surveys had found no trace of any such life in any reachable plenum.
      TRIPLANETARYEDWARD ELMER SMITH
      SYNONYM OF THE DAY
      OCTOBER 26, 1985
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      WORDS RELATED TO PLENUM

      • integrity
      • plenitude
      • plenum
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