plentitude

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

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that new baby is in for a plentitude of love a plentitude of lumber for the current housing market

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But despite their possible plentitude, not all those parallel universes are likely to be blessed with biology. NBC News, "Could alien life exist in parallel universes?," 28 May 2018 Between the vastness of space and the brightness of stars hide a plentitude of planets. Nick Stockton, WIRED, "Inside K2, NASA’s Mission that Just Discovered More than 100 New Exoplanets," 20 July 2016

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First Known Use of plentitude

1615, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for plentitude

by alteration (influenced by plenty)

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