Plenty

Plen"ty

, a. Plentiful; abundant. [Obs. or Colloq.]
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If reasons were as plenty as blackberries.
Shak. (Folio ed.)
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Those countries where shrubs are plenty.
Goldsmith.
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Ple"num

(?), n. [L., fr. plenus full.] 1. That state in which every part of space is supposed to be full of matter; -- opposed to vacuum. G. Francis.
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2. (Ventilation) A condition, as in an occupied room, in which the pressure of the air is greater than that of the outside atmosphere; as, a plenum may exist in a hall ventilated by a fan blower.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]

 

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