Definition of Plenishes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of plenish) ¹



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Definition of Plenishes

1. plenish [v] - See also: plenish

Lexicographical Neighbors of Plenishes

plenches
plenicorn
plenilunar
plenilunary
plenilune
plenilunes
plenipo
plenipoes
plenipos
plenipotence
plenipotent
plenipotentiaries
plenipotentiary
plenish
plenished
plenishes (current term)
plenishing
plenishings
plenism
plenisms
plenist
plenists
plenitude
plenitudes
plenitudinary
plenitudinous
plenny
plenoptic
plenteous
plenteously

Literary usage of Plenishes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1905)
"... restores the boy to his customary good temper, and plenishes anew his fund of hope as his mind is stretched by new sensations to larger limits. ..."

2. Journals of Sir John Lauder, Lord Fountainhall, with His Observations on by John Lauder Fountainhall, Donald Crawford (1900)
"... growes wondrously wt her, which the pirats seing they resolve to carry hir to Constantinople to sell hir to them that plenishes the Turks seraglio. ..."

3. A Third Gallery of Portraits by George Gilfillan (1855)
"And there is great abundance; so comes MORN, plenishes all things, and completes the world." We think that the two main objections to " Balder " will be ..."

4. Galleries of Literary Portraits by George Gilfillan (1856)
"_ And there is great abundance; so comes MORN, plenishes all things, and completes the world." Listen to his description of England. ..."

5. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1905)
"... restores the boy to his customary good temper, and plenishes anew his fund of hope as his mind is stretched by new sensations to larger limits. ..."

6. Journals of Sir John Lauder, Lord Fountainhall, with His Observations on by John Lauder Fountainhall, Donald Crawford (1900)
"... growes wondrously wt her, which the pirats seing they resolve to carry hir to Constantinople to sell hir to them that plenishes the Turks seraglio. ..."

7. A Third Gallery of Portraits by George Gilfillan (1855)
"And there is great abundance; so comes MORN, plenishes all things, and completes the world." We think that the two main objections to " Balder " will be ..."

8. Galleries of Literary Portraits by George Gilfillan (1856)
"_ And there is great abundance; so comes MORN, plenishes all things, and completes the world." Listen to his description of England. ..."

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