Plethoric Definition

plĕ-thôrĭk, -thŏr-, plĕthə-rĭk
adjective
Excessive in quantity; superabundant.
American Heritage
Of or characterized by plethora.
A plethoric condition.
Webster's New World
Characterized by excess or profusion; turgid; inflated.
A plethoric speech.
Webster's New World

(medicine) Suffering from plethora; ruddy in complexion, congested or swollen with blood. [from 14th c.]

Wiktionary

Excessive, overabundant, rife; loosely, abundant, varied. [from 17th c.]

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Origin of Plethoric

  • From Late Latin plethoricus, from Hellenistic Ancient Greek πληθωρικός (plÄ“thōrikos), from πληθώρα (plÄ“thōra, “plethora").

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