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plenitude

noun plen·i·tude \ˈple-nə-ˌtüd, -ˌtyüd\

: a large number or amount of something

: the state of being full or complete

Full Definition of PLENITUDE

1
:  the quality or state of being full :  completeness
2
:  a great sufficiency :  abundance

Examples of PLENITUDE

  1. She has gathered a plenitude of information on the topic.
  2. <there's a plenitude of natural beauty in the state>

Origin of PLENITUDE

Middle English plenitude, from Anglo-French or Latin; Anglo-French, from Latin plenitudo, from plenus
First Known Use: 15th century

Related to PLENITUDE

Synonyms
abundance, barrel, basketful, boatload, bucket, bunch, bundle, bushel, carload, chunk, deal, dozen, fistful, gobs, good deal, heap, hundred, lashings (also lashins) [chiefly British], loads, mass, mess, mountain, much, multiplicity, myriad, oodles, pack, passel, peck, pile, plateful, lot, plentitude, plenty, pot, potful, profusion, quantity, raft, reams, scads, sheaf, shipload, sight, slew, spate, stack, store, ton, truckload, volume, wad, wealth, yard
Antonyms
ace, bit, dab, dram, driblet, glimmer, handful, hint, lick, little, mite, mouthful, nip, ounce, peanuts, pinch, pittance, scruple, shade, shadow, smidgen (also smidgeon or smidgin or smidge), speck, spot, sprinkle, sprinkling, strain, streak, suspicion, tad, taste, touch, trace

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