plentitude


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plentitude

(ˈplɛnɪˌtjuːd)
n
abundance or fullness
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Noun1.plentitude - a full supply; "there was plenty of food for everyone"
abundance, copiousness, teemingness - the property of a more than adequate quantity or supply; "an age of abundance"
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There - like the seigneurs of early days - powerful in virtue of your dogs, your fishing-lines, your guns, and your beautiful reed-built house, would you live, rich in the produce of the chase, in plentitude of absolute secrecy.
The beautiful prayer, recited first in Sanskrit, expressed gratitude for the immense bounties of land, air and water, and asked for protection and plentitude, peace and wellbeing for all those who had joined in the celebration.
There is a plentitude of publications that assert expanding SOP for APRNs in primary care would have cost benefits to the patient, public, local business community, and state.
The lowest home ownership costs in the area (no CDD fees, no mandatory club dues, low HOA fees) do not however reflect the plentitude of amenities that are included with Providence living.
In doing so, however, the account suffers from the plentitude of its primary sources, which results in an overly person-centered approach.
Traditionally, the festival offers guitar music in its plentitude of styles.
In this view, the plentitude came with the creation.
The RaceMo puts focus on the importance and reliance of a smartphone, employs three displays for plentitude of information and entertainment features, all the while looking aggressive on the front and back, with bi-LED headlamps and a modular design.
Warmly evocative of natural plentitude, these works summoned comparisons with stars, rays of light, waves, trees, seeds, living plants, and votive offerings.
The plentitude of YouTube, which has such a vast array of nonprofessionally produced content, masked questions of who was being excluded or marginalized and through what means.
Your church, he said, has a lot to give to the people, a great deal of plentitude, a special soul and a special love.
Rust Belt cities dominated the list, powered by their relative affordability, low tax on beer and plentitude of breweries.