plentitude

noun plen·ti·tude \ ˈplen-tə-ˌtüd , -ˌtyüd \
|Updated on: 28 Jun 2018

Definition of plentitude

Examples of plentitude in a Sentence

  1. that new baby is in for a plentitude of love

  2. a plentitude of lumber for the current housing market

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Origin and Etymology of plentitude

by alteration (influenced by plenty)


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