Plethory

Pleth'o·ry noun Plethora. Jer. Taylor.
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Plethory

• (n.) Plethora.
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plethory

plethora, plethory 1. Excess; overabundance; a very large amount or number of something, especially an excess amount. 2. An excess of blood in the circulatory system or in one organ or area; especially in the facial veins, causing a ruddy complexion. 3. Etymology: a medical word for 'excess of body fluid', from Late Latin plethora, from Greek ple...
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