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Example sentences for plenitude

Of the plenitude of its stimulus, there can be no question.
Moment of green shoots and budding flowers, promising peace and plenitude.
At times this plenitude of figurative language can become the book's undoing.
There is a kind of leisureliness, a plenitude of incident and conversation.
The characters it engenders are dazed by what may be called the principle of plenitude.
Her expression of happiness belongs to her perfection, to the plenitude of her being.
What he liked about these books was their sense of plenitude and economy.
The school of menhaden survives and swims on, its losses dwarfed in plenitude.

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