Definition of plentitude in English:

plentitude

Syllabification: plent·i·tude
Pronunciation: /ˈplen(t)əˌt(y)o͞od
 
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noun

Another term for plenitude.
More example sentences
  • Surely then, her-now soaring popularity and critical adulation has helped her socially - not to mention providing a plentitude of romantic options.
  • When I finally walked out toward the cliff's edge I was amused by the plentitude of rusted beer caps strewn about.
  • A funny color has settled on the trees, a noxious youthful green promising both the plentitude of fall and the mishaps of summer.

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