Definitions

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  • adv. In a plenary manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a plenary manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a plenary manner: fully; completely.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a plenary manner

Etymologies

plenary +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Empire of Morocco, and inflicted incalculable miseries on its unfortunate inhabitants, whilst plenarily exercising their divine right, to do wrong as sovereigns, or as invested with inviolable

    Travels in Morocco

  • Over a hundred years before Charles VIII had plenarily ceded to

    Cathedrals and Cloisters of the South of France, Volume 1

  • At the present moment there appears to be set up an idea of difference about matters which lie in the past, and for which we are all plenarily responsible.

    The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke, Volume 2

  • No man who has ever diligently and faithfully, without prejudice, read the Sacred Scriptures in the light of the Science of Correspondences, as revealed by the Lord through Emanuel Swedenborg, has ever failed to be satisfied that the Sacred Scriptures are Divine and plenarily inspired, and that they differ as much from the writings of men as do the works of God from the works of men.

    Personal Experience of a Physician

  • “Apocalypse Revealed” and the “Arcana Celestia,” with a desire to know and live according to the truth, cannot fail to see that the Sacred Scriptures are plenarily inspired, and are a special revelation from God to man; and that, different from all merely human writings, they contain within the letter a connected spiritual sense.

    Personal Experience of a Physician

  • But at this day there is a vast change, and I trust that from but a very few if any church organizations would a lay member be expelled for believing in the Supreme Divinity of the Lord Jesus Christ, and that the Sacred Scriptures are Divine and plenarily inspired, and that a life according to the Lord's sayings and His Commandments is essential to salvation.

    Personal Experience of a Physician

  • Union, and not the several States, should deal with interstate and foreign commerce; and the power to deal with interstate commerce was granted absolutely and plenarily to the Central Government and was exercised completely as regards the only instruments of interstate commerce known in those days -- the waterways, the highroads, as well as the partnerships of individuals who then conducted all of what business there was.

    State of the Union Address

  • Till then, he had had one friend, one counsellor, in whom he plenarily trusted; by whose advertisement, he numbered the minutes that remained to him of life; on whose sure testimony, he could tell when the time was come to risk the last adventure, to cast the bag away from him, and take to flight.

    The Dynamiter

  • Scriptures are Divine and plenarily inspired, and that a life according to the Lord's sayings and His Commandments is essential to salvation.

    Personal Experience of a Physician

  • Sacred Scriptures in the light of the Science of Correspondences, as revealed by the Lord through Emanuel Swedenborg, has ever failed to be satisfied that the Sacred Scriptures are Divine and plenarily inspired, and that they differ as much from the writings of men as do the works of God from the works of men.

    Personal Experience of a Physician

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