[plen-i-tood, -tyood] /ˈplɛn ɪˌtud, -ˌtyud/
fullness or adequacy in quantity, measure, or degree; abundance:
a plenitude of food, air, and sunlight.
state of being full or complete.
the condition of being full or complete
early 15c., from Old French plenitude and directly from Latin plenitudinem (nominative plenitudo) “abundance, completeness, fullness,” from plenus “complete, full” (see plenary).
[plen-i-tood-n-uh s, -tyood-] /ˌplɛn ɪˈtud n əs, -ˈtyud-/ adjective 1. characterized or marked by plenitude. 2. stout or portly.
[pley-noh yoo-re; English plee-noh joo r-ee] /ˈpleɪ noʊ ˈyu rɛ; English ˈpli noʊ ˈdʒʊər i/ adverb, Latin. 1. with full authority.
[plen-tee-uh s] /ˈplɛn ti əs/ adjective 1. ; copious; abundant: a plenteous supply of food. 2. yielding abundantly; fruitful: a plenteous harvest. /ˈplɛntɪəs/ adjective 1. ample; abundant: a plenteous supply of food 2. producing or yielding abundantly: a plenteous grape harvest adj. c.1300, plentivous, from Old French plentiveus “fertile, rich” (early 13c.), from plentif “abundant,” […]
[plen-tee] /ˈplɛn ti/ noun, plural plenties. 1. a full or abundant supply or amount: There is plenty of time. 2. the state or quality of being ; abundance: resources in plenty. 3. an abundance, as of goods or luxuries, or a time of such abundance: the plenty of a rich harvest; the plenty that comes […]