pluperfect

adjective plu·per·fect \ ˌplü-ˈpər-fikt \

Definition of pluperfect

2 :utterly perfect or complete

pluperfect

noun

Origin and Etymology of pluperfect

Middle English pluperfyth, modification of Late Latin plusquamperfectus, literally, more than perfect

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