Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Full; perfect.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective obsolete Plan.
  • verb obsolete To complain. See plain.
  • adjective obsolete Full; complete.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Conversations with artists and online forums at art Web sites indicate considerable disagreement and even instances of one painter accusing another of cheating using the term plein air.

    Daniel Grant: Debate: Must 'Plein Air' Be Defined?

  • Conversations with artists and online forums at art Web sites indicate considerable disagreement and even instances of one painter accusing another of cheating using the term plein air.

    Daniel Grant: Debate: Must 'Plein Air' Be Defined?

  • Then, he stayed up all night in his hotel room, completing paintings that he called plein air.

    Daniel Grant: Debate: Must 'Plein Air' Be Defined?

  • Then, he stayed up all night in his hotel room, completing paintings that he called plein air.

    Daniel Grant: Debate: Must 'Plein Air' Be Defined?

  • Braise, by the way, is in "plein forme" or great shape.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Braise, by the way, is in "plein forme" or great shape.

    traineau - French Word-A-Day

  • Braise, by the way, is in "plein forme" or great shape.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Although he is known as a plein air painter (and rightfully so-he probably has thousands under his belt by now) he uses his studio in just this way, taking his studies and experiences he's gained on site and using them as jumping off points for his larger more fully developed work.

    RVABlogs

  • "I wish I had that deal," said Scott Shields, chief curator of the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, which has been buying works in the genre also known as plein-air painting.

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  • "I wish I had that deal," said Scott Shields, chief curator of the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, which has been buying works in the genre also known as plein-air painting.

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