2. The greater number; a majority; also, the greatest of several numbers; in elections, the excess of the votes given for one candidate over those given for another, or for any other, candidate. When there are more than two candidates, the one who receives the plurality of votes may have less than a majority. See Majority.
Take the plurality of the world, and they are neither wise nor good.L'Estrange.
Plurality of benefices, below.
Plurality of benefices
(Eccl.), the possession by one clergyman of more than one benefice or living. Each benefice thus held is called a plurality.
New - Add Dictionary Search to Your Site
Mon 17th December 2018