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plenish

[plen-ish] /ˈplɛn ɪʃ/
verb (used with object), Chiefly Scot.
1.
to fill up; stock; furnish.
Origin of plenish
late Middle English
1425-1475
1425-75; late Middle English plenyss < Middle French pleniss-, long stem of plenir to fill, ultimately < Latin plēnus full. See plenum, -ish2
Related forms
plenisher, noun
plenishment, noun
unplenished, adjective
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  • The yule-log was blazing on the hearth, and their cups were bright and plenished.

  • Some were regular type-cases, plenished with glittering new fonts all distributed.

    The Adventures of Bobby Orde Stewart Edward White
  • A cold wind blew from the gate, bringing with it an evil odour; but it did not chill me, for the sun had plenished me with warmth.

    Lilith George MacDonald
British Dictionary definitions for plenished

plenish

/ˈplɛnɪʃ/
verb
1.
(transitive) (Scot) to fill, stock, or resupply
Derived Forms
plenisher, noun
plenishment, noun
Word Origin
C15: from Old French pleniss-, from plenir, from Latin plēnus full
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