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  • noun Plural form of plenitude.

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Examples

  • Something is amiss in a nation where one would expect the plenitudes of Empire to trickle down into every man, woman and child.

    The Dumbing Down of America

  • "Are their not plenitudes of such women on your world," I asked, "beautiful and desirable who, loving and helpless, beg to serve and please?"

    Explorers Of Gor

  • If these gracious experiences took place at the turn of the winter, how much more will they abound amid the dazzling plenitudes of the summer glory.

    Brooks by the Traveller's Way

  • Everywhere Shiloh's empire touches the deep chords of human nature and human hearts, moving, stirring, revolutionizing and unifying its forces and agencies, exhibiting those far-reaching plenitudes of power and throbbing energies and plenipotent activites that make up its irresistible character.

    Autobiography, sermons, addresses, and essays of Bishop L. H. Holsey, D. D.,

  • Kitty had taken off her straw hat, the sunlight caressed the delicate plenitudes of the bent neck, the delicate plenitudes bound with white cambric, cambric swelling gently over the bosom into the narrow of the waist, cambric fluting to the little wrist, reedy, translucid hands; cambric falling outwards, and flowing like a great white flower over the greensward, over the mauve stocking, and the little shoe set firmly.

    Celibates

  • Insidious fragilities of eighteen were laid upon the plenitudes of thirty!

    Mike Fletcher A Novel

  • But Evelyn was by no means flat-chested ... and he remembered certain curves and plenitudes with satisfaction.

    Evelyn Innes

  • Kitty has taken off her straw hat, the sunlight caresses the delicate plenitudes of the bent neck, the delicate plenitudes bound with white cambric, cambric swelling gently over the bosom into the narrow circle of the waist, cambric fluted to the little wrist, reedy translucid hands; cambric falling outwards and flowing like a great white flower over the green sward, over the mauve stocking, and the little shoe set firmly.

    A Mere Accident

  • She finds them in Dark Matter, a song about the universe's invisible plenitudes, in which murky keyboards and stark, two-part vocal harmonies sound almost like a mediaeval take on contemporary classical music.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • All of us here live our lives in plenitudes, even excesses, of significance.

    Balloon Juice

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