When economy can be thus artistically blended with plentitude, my boy, money ceases to be king, and butcher-bills dwindle.
I collected moss and dry leaves for my bed; for nourishment there was a plentitude of nuts and wild fruits, and edible fungi.
Notwithstanding his plentitude of power, tending to inspire him with sufficient assurance, the suitor felt ill at ease.
You are full of grace; Ave, gratia plena, and from the plentitude of your maternal heart, you love to bestow your gifts upon us.
He had now recovered, and was in the plentitude of his strength, and I astonished him by striking the first blow.
Twice has the great Republican party, in the plentitude of its power, allowed woman ten minutes to plead her cause before it.
Here, in this fortress of Hindooism, Brahmanism displays itself in all its plentitude and power.
And the soul of the Commuter needs room,—craves it,—but not mere acres, nor plentitude of things.
Cocom also adorned him with a plentitude of bracelets and jingling ornaments.
He reigned thirty-eight years without interruption, and died a king, in the plentitude of his glory, at the age of 63.