Definition of Plethora (usually followed by of) An excessive amount or number; an abundance. | (medicine, archaic) An excess of red blood cells or bodily humours.
How to use Plethora in Sentence?
- 1. Since names cannot be sold nor squandered, my father had bequeathed me a plethora of them. 🔊
- 2. This plethora debilitates the industrial body, its functional activities are weakened. 🔊
- 3. He would live meagerly to-day that he might have a plethora in a golden to-morrow. 🔊
- 4. When their action exceeds that of the nutrient vessels, the body emaciates; when it is deficient, plethora is the result. 🔊
- 5. Presently, instead of a dearth of roads and a plethora of ruts, there became a choice of good highways and a plenty of travellers upon them. 🔊
- 6. Last century," he declares, "produced a plethora of bad books that were valuable, and of fairly good books with no lasting value. 🔊
- 7. Then five or six years with Agassiz; after which probably death, death, death from inflation and plethora of knowledge. 🔊
- 8. The plethora of work in Dr. Stillbury's practice continued longer than I had bargained for. 🔊
- 9. I pitied my dear Gustavus with his plethora of virtue; he pitied the ill-luck of the poor farmer, and Beata pitied our confusion all round. 🔊