Definition of plenitude in English:

plenitude

Syllabification: plen·i·tude
Pronunciation: /ˈpleniˌt(y)o͞od
 
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noun

1An abundance: the farm boasts a plenitude of animals and birds
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  • But ‘monarchs need an absence of direct toxins, a plenitude of milkweed, and a plenitude of nectar sources.’
  • Now that I'm doing my Ph.D. at Cambridge, things are a little different; greater flexibility to plan my schedule, a tremendous expanse of beautiful, open countryside, a plenitude of paths and pavements to explore.
  • During his residence he collected a plenitude of ethnographica for the ethnographical museums in Berlin, Leipzig, and Stuttgart.
Synonyms
abundance, lot, wealth, profusion, cornucopia, superabundance
informal load, slew, heap, buttload, ton
1.1The condition of being full or complete: the plenitude of the pope’s powers
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  • That mirage, or intuition, revelation or dream opposes order to disorder, plenitude to emptiness, and to disgust wonder, hope, enthusiasm.
  • But does this aesthetic plenitude really help?
  • Goldwater, in short, was a politician of ideas, not knee-jerk reaction or pork-barrel plenitude.

Origin

late Middle English: from Old French, from late Latin plenitudo, from plenus 'full'.

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