noun plu·rel \ˈplu̇rəl\

Definition of plurel



  1. :  a group or aggregate resulting from a process of categorizing or statistical analysis the age-classes of population … are purely nominal plurels with no tangible interaction — P. A. Sorokin

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Origin and Etymology of plurel

irregular from 1plural

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to criticize severely

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