from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun An ample amount or quantity; an abundance.
- noun The condition of being full, ample, or complete.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Fullness; abundance; completeness.
- noun Repletion; animal fullness; plethora.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The quality or state of being full or complete; fullness; completeness; abundance.
- noun obsolete Animal fullness; repletion; plethora.
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- noun a full supply
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Emptiness resides in plenitude and solitude, the problematic path for Buddhists and Romanticists alike.
Emptiness resides in plenitude and solitude, the problematic path for Buddhists and
293 Although this comment suggests dietetic recipes (which the Book of Life offers in plenitude), Ficino is also referring to ingredients digested by the memory — Augustine's "stomach of the mind" — including such ruminatory staples as letters, numbers, and ideas.
With the victories of Pompey (88 – 63 bce), pearls were brought back from the Orient in plenitude.
To Complain's experienced hunter's eye, their plenitude was a sign that there were few wild animals in the area, the seeds being delicacies to dog and pig alike.
The gesture is demanded by some inner 'welling-up', a sense of 'plenitude' which transforms the grey landscape of dawn into spaciousness (216).
Rather, the essence is a kind of plenitude that displays itself in the endless play of appearances.
This would be a workspace conducive to creativity, with the expansive spaces, the tough interior with its natural materials and the plenitude of opportunities to bathe the eyes and spirit in views of the natural surroundings.
Thus, after the period of fasting had come the plenitude of feasting, and thus, in broad daylight, they slept heavily under their roofs of moosehide.
Their granaries were overflowing with plenitude; yet they wanted to keep the sharp famine-edge of their love undulled.