Plenishing

Plen´ish`ing


n.1.Household furniture; stock.
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Of these four things, the first is your legal due: the little pickle money for your father's books and plenishing, which I have bought (as I have explained from the first) in the design of re-selling at a profit to the incoming dominie.
In 1861 an early migrant wrote, 'We do not go to New Zealand to live in a tree, or eat from a tub; and some little plenishing for a house and home is just as necessary there as here' (p.