plenary

Part of speech: adjective

Full; complete.

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Usage examples "plenary":

  1. In fact the instances in which composers have put their pieces to widely divergent purposes are innumerable and sometimes amusing, in view of the fantastic belief that they are guided by plenary inspiration. - "A Second Book of Operas", Henry Edward Krehbiel.
  2. What they have, he has, and has in their degree- a plenary vision of life. - "Aspects of Literature", J. Middleton Murry.
  3. Every thing relating to the civil and military government, commerce, and every other concern of the company, is transacted by this council, but the governor- general has a plenary power to put into execution any measure he may judge necessary for the good of the company. - "An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island", John Hunter.