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  • noun Plural form of plenishing.

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Examples

  • I have mentioned a churn as part of the ‘plenishings’ of the living-room.

    Among the Tibetans

  • Custom does not appear to permit either of variety or innovations; in all the style is the same, and the difference consists in the size and plenishings.

    Unbeaten Tracks in Japan

  • Father Peter filled his pockets with gold for the wedding dowry, and agreed with him that when all was settled he should secretly send him word that Peter might send off the waggon load of house plenishings with which the rich bridegroom was to make such a stir in the little town where the bride lived.

    The Crimson Fairy Book

  • These added to the already fairly complete plenishings, many of which had come over the mountains from Virginia when Sevier opened up the new State, gave an air of abundance, even of sober elegance to the room.

    Judith of the Cumberlands

  • Earl arrived, and with him forty of his followers bearing all manner of stores and plenishings.

    Stories from Le Morte D'Arthur and the Mabinogion

  • She had sold all her superfluous household plenishings by auction and was at present reveling in the congenial occupation of helping the Allans pack up.

    Anne of Avonlea

  • She had sold all her superfluous household plenishings by auction and was at present reveling in the congenial occupation of helping the Allans pack up.

    Anne of Avonlea

  • In that delightful book of pictures and gossip concerning old household and farming gear, and old-fashioned domestic plenishings of many kinds, called "Old West Surrey," Miss Jekyll figures two pairs of old ember-or brand-tongs.

    The Social History of Smoking

  • Builder, had of late years taken to a number of kindred avocations in the matter of house plenishings, and so forth.

    The Sign of the Red Cross

  • Or if the structure were let alone, the plenishings must be totally changed; and Master

    The Sign of the Red Cross

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