Definition of Plenitudes

1. Noun. (plural of plenitude) ¹



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Definition of Plenitudes

1. plenitude [n] - See also: plenitude

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plenitudes

plenipos
plenipotence
plenipotent
plenipotentiaries
plenipotentiary
plenish
plenished
plenishes
plenishing
plenishings
plenism
plenisms
plenist
plenists
plenitude
plenitudes (current term)
plenitudinary
plenitudinous
plenny
plenoptic
plenteous
plenteously
plenteousness
plenteousnesses
plentevous
plenties
plentiful
plentifull
plentifuller
plentifully

Literary usage of Plenitudes

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1. Woman by Vance Thompson (1917)
"And indeed you will find, if you consult the poets, that men have always wanted in their females either plenitudes or fragilities, and either whimpering ..."

2. The Dissertations of Maximus Tyrius by Maximus (1804)
"The subordinate plenitudes also stand in need of the more excellent, ... For since intellect generates in itself its proper plenitudes, from which the whole ..."

3. The Manna of the Soul: Meditations for Each Day of the Year by Paolo Segneri (1892)
"Thus, beyond a doubt, there are three plenitudes ... Art thou struck with wonder at the greatness of these plenitudes ? That wonder will cease so soon as ..."

4. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1862)
"... that Scripture is inspired, and that, though written by man, it is a revelation from God, and adumbrates his eternal plenitudes and perfections. ..."

5. Woman by Vance Thompson (1917)
"And indeed you will find, if you consult the poets, that men have always wanted in their females either plenitudes or fragilities, and either whimpering ..."

6. The Dissertations of Maximus Tyrius by Maximus (1804)
"The subordinate plenitudes also stand in need of the more excellent, ... For since intellect generates in itself its proper plenitudes, from which the whole ..."

7. The Manna of the Soul: Meditations for Each Day of the Year by Paolo Segneri (1892)
"Thus, beyond a doubt, there are three plenitudes ... Art thou struck with wonder at the greatness of these plenitudes ? That wonder will cease so soon as ..."

8. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1862)
"... that Scripture is inspired, and that, though written by man, it is a revelation from God, and adumbrates his eternal plenitudes and perfections. ..."

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