[ple-thawr-ik, -thor-, pleth-uh-rik]
- overfull; turgid; inflated: a plethoric, pompous speech.
- of, relating to, or characterized by plethora.
Origin of plethoric
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Examples from the Web for plethoric
Animals attacked with this disease are generally in a plethoric condition.Cattle and Their Diseases
My mate that year was a stout and very short, plethoric person.A Labrador Doctor
Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
“Turn out of that, you lazy lump of plethoric somnolescence,” whack!Hudson Bay
The passenger, who was a plethoric, sanguineous man, felt as if he were stifling.My Novel, Complete
This keeper was a plethoric, heavy-eyed man, dull and sleepy.