plenitude

[ plen-i-tood, -tyood ]
/ ˈplɛn ɪˌtud, -ˌtyud /

noun

fullness or adequacy in quantity, measure, or degree; abundance: a plenitude of food, air, and sunlight.
state of being full or complete.

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Origin of plenitude

1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin plēnitūdō. See plenum, -i-, tude

OTHER WORDS FROM plenitude

o·ver·plen·i·tude, noun

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH plenitude

planetary plenary plentiful plenitude
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British Dictionary definitions for plenitude

plenitude
/ (ˈplɛnɪˌtjuːd) /

noun

abundance; copiousness
the condition of being full or complete

Word Origin for plenitude

C15: via Old French from Latin plēnitūdō, from plēnus full
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