Definition of plentitude in English:

plentitude

noun

  • another term for plenitude
    • ‘We've had the pleasure of watching a plentitude of birds this month, including 18 new species.’
    • ‘There is a plentitude of atmospheric information that has an enormous amount to do with how we feel and how we perceive what is going on there, how we register the words spoken, or the sounds heard.’
    • ‘A funny color has settled on the trees, a noxious youthful green promising both the plentitude of fall and the mishaps of summer.’
    • ‘Along with Sara's mom, Ann, we spotted a plentitude of fantastic birds, some old and some new.’
    • ‘You need a plentitude of resources to live a lavish life.’
    • ‘Surely then, her-now soaring popularity and critical adulation has helped her socially - not to mention providing a plentitude of romantic options.’
    • ‘Companies come to China to develop software, and make use of the plentitude of cheap engineers.’
    • ‘However, the plethora of these painters and sculptors and the plentitude of production surveyed were not sufficiently organized to permit a thorough examination of serious stylistic, thematic or political issues.’
    • ‘When I finally walked out toward the cliff's edge I was amused by the plentitude of rusted beer caps strewn about.’
    • ‘Given the plentitude of untranslated, unedited, or perhaps even presently non-extant material on this subject, the case will of course never be finally closed.’
    • ‘You'll find that once you start looking for candles and oil lamps, there are a plentitude from which to choose - and they'll all brighten up your home for the holidays.’

Pronunciation

plentitude

/ˈplen(t)əˌt(y)o͞od/