plenary definition

  • adjective:
    • perfect in all respects; limitless or complete: a diplomat with plenary abilities.
    • totally attended by all skilled members: a plenary session of this council.
    • completely attended; for everyone's attendance.
    • perfect; complete; entire; absolute.
    • complete; entire; complete; absolute
    • full in all respects
  • noun:
    • plenary program
    • Decisive procedure.
    • in-law, definitive process.
  • others:
    • Comprehensive; whole; total: as, a plenary permit; plenary permission; plenary indulgence.
    • in-law, noting an ordinary suit which passes through all its gradations and formal actions: in opposition to summary.
    • Having full-power; plenipotentiary.

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