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plentitude

noun plen·ti·tude \ˈplen-tə-ˌtüd, -ˌtyüd\

Definition of PLENTITUDE

:  plenitude
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Examples of PLENTITUDE

  1. <that new baby is in for a plentitude of love>
  2. <a plentitude of lumber for the current housing market>

Origin of PLENTITUDE

by alteration (influenced by plenty)
First Known Use: 1615

Related to PLENTITUDE

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, plenitude, lot, 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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