from The Century Dictionary.
- In a plethoric manner; with plethora.
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Nevertheless, so pregnant is life with evil as with good; to such height in an age rich, plethorically overgrown with means, can means be accumulated in the wrong place, and immeasurably aggravate wrong tendencies, instead of righting them, this sad and strange result may actually turn out to have been realized.
This was at a time when Lamb was “not plethorically abounding in cash.”
Institution plethorically says to itself, Take thy ease, thou hast goods laid up; -- like the fool of the Gospel, to whom it was answered, Fool, this night thy life shall be required of thee!
This was at a time when Lamb was "not plethorically abounding in cash."
I am not plethorically abounding in Cash at this present.