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Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Plenitude


PLEN'ITUDE, noun [Latin plenitudo, from plenus, full.]

Fullness; as the plenitude of space.

1. Repletion; animal fullness; plethora; redundancy of blood and humors in the animal body.

2. Fullness; complete competence; as the plenitude of the pope's power.

3. Completeness; as the plenitude of a man's fame.