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- n. Fullness, especially of conviction or persuasion; the state of being fully persuaded
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Fullness; full persuasion.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Full persuasion or confidence; perfect conviction or certitude.
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It is hope raised into confidence, and confidence, as it were, screwed up to a kind of plerophory; when a man is so confident of his future happiness, that nothing seems wanting but an actual possession.
So I am now to deliver one more brief oration, which will infallibly secure me the plerophory of the jury and exalt my head to the skies as
They hinder our spiritual edification and growth in faith and plerophory, and make us stumble instead of going forward.
If it do so much as to make him halt, or weaken his plerophory or full assurance; or, 4.
The third rule is the rule of purity, which respecteth our peace and plerophory of conscience, without which anything is unclean to us, though it be clean and lawful in its own nature: Rom xiv.
I was confronted with the official ultimatum and _sine quâ non_, and have subsequently learnt that the cause of this self-denying ordinance is due to the uncontrollable enthusiasm of British Public for works of art, which leads them to signify approbation by puncturing innumerable orifices by dint of sticks or umbrellas in the process of pointing out tit-bits of painting, and on account of the detrimental influence on the marketable value of pictures thus distinguished by the plerophory of the _Vox Populi_.