peace, love, unity, respect: a mantra embraced by some popular culture communities, especially those associated with rave and electronic dance music events: ravers making new friends in the spirit of PLUR.
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How to use PLUR in a sentence
It is derived to us from the Saxon's who declined smith, a smith; Gen. smither, of a smith; PLUR.A Grammar of the English Tongue | Samuel Johnson
In declension he never uses -ae as the genitive, but -ai or -as; the older and shorter form of the gen. PLUR.
When declined like adjectives they drop their e where practicable:—fylled, PLUR.Anglo-Saxon Primer | Henry Sweet
Skeat has a note on this word explaining renk as a rank of fighting men, and citing the PLUR.The Bruce | John Barbour
British Dictionary definitions for plur.
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