plenitude

Part of speech: noun

The state of being full; fulness; abundance.

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Usage examples "plenitude":

  1. Its market- gardens are prolific in their product, its orchards overflowing with plenitude, and its vineyards generous in their harvest. - "Castles and Chateaux of Old Touraine and the Loire Country", Francis Miltoun.
  2. Giovanni of Parma, to explain the predilection of the Joachimites for this document, points out that after the impression of the stigmata the Holy Spirit was in Francis with still greater plenitude than before. - "Life of St. Francis of Assisi", Paul Sabatier.
  3. Spiritual activity works only in the plenitude of freedom. - "The Reform of Education", Giovanni Gentile.