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A noun which is used only in plural form, or which is used only in plural form in a particular sense or senses.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in American Journal of Philology. From classical Latin plūrāle the plural, use as noun of neuter of plūrālis + tantum only.
plurale tantum/plʊəˌreɪli ˈtant(ə)m/
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