Plethory

Pleth"o*ry

(?), n. Plethora. Jer. Taylor.
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Pleth"ron

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Pleth"rum

(?), } n.;
pl. Plethra (#).
[NL., fr. Gr. .] (Gr. Antiq.) A long measure of 100 Greek, or 101 English, feet; also, a square measure of 10,000 Greek feet.
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Pleth"ys*mo*graph

(?), n. [Gr. an enlargement + -graph.] (Physiol.) An instrument for determining and registering the variations in the size or volume of a limb, as the arm or leg, and hence the variations in the amount of blood in the limb.
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-- Pleth`ys*mo*graph"ic (#), a.
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