Living with a gun has created a plethora of new thought patterns for me.
There are a plethora of groups that track and publish this kind of information, which I read avidly when I come across it.
During the mid-to-late 1980s, he went on an absolute tear, helming a plethora of irresistible entertainments.
Stem cell differentiation involves a plethora of regulatory factors and signals that are in a constant state of flux.
Where there was a plethora of strong women, instead of just, like, Kristen Wiig doing every sketch each week.
That would be worse, Lawrence, for the damp might cause a plethora.
Your present plethora of acquirements will soon cure itself.
Consequently gout and plethora were never found among the maladies of her inmates.
Taxation is necessary just as blood-letting is necessary in plethora.
Fritz, who had had a plethora of whites of poached eggs, sniffed anxiously at the luncheon-tray with its roast pheasant.
1540s, a medical word for "excess of body fluid," from Late Latin plethora, from Greek plethore "fullness," from plethein "be full" (see pleio-). Figurative meaning "too-muchness, overfullness in any respect" is first recorded 1700. Related: Plethoric.
plethora pleth·o·ra (plěth'ər-ə)
An excess of blood in the circulatory system or in one organ or area.
An excess of any of the body fluids.