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  • noun Plural form of plentitude.


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  • "I see that there is gold in Corcyrus, " he said, indicating the coins in their plentitudes, seemingly casually spilled about the steps.

    Kajira Of Gor Norman, John, 1931- 1983

  • Heats and genial periods arrive in history, or shall we say, plentitudes of Divine Presence, by which high tides are caused in the human spirit, and great virtues and talents appear, as in the eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, and again in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, when the nation was full of genius and piety.

    XIII. English Traits. Religion 1909

  • Somewhere in the great ocean between God and man, the ends of the broken cables lie buried in some vast depth, sleeping embedded amid the unfathomable mysteries in the wonders and plentitudes of those awful seas of pandemonic and howling space.

    Autobiography, sermons, addresses, and essays of Bishop L. H. Holsey, D. D., 1898

  • The flight of stars, the flash of comets, and the position of planets, were studied and catalogued, and the lost Pleiades, called up from the infinite plentitudes of their long disappearance, read the predictions of His coming from their fiery rings and the flitting phantasmagoria of their sheeny trails.

    Autobiography, sermons, addresses, and essays of Bishop L. H. Holsey, D. D., 1898

  • Billy asks what grounds is Colleen being fired on, moral plentitudes?

    Blogger News Network 2009


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