plethoric definition

  • adjective:
    • Excessive in quantity; superabundant: "this successful industry of England, with its plethoric wealth” ( Thomas Carlyle).
    • exorbitant any way you like; turgid: plethoric prose.
    • described as an overabundance of blood.
    • overabundant or rife
    • exorbitant
    • ruddy in skin
    • Containing excessive blood
    • Haeving a full habit of body; characterized by selection or more than bloodstream; ; -- used in addition metaphorically.
    • exceedingly numerous
  • others:
    • Having the full practice of body, or even the vessels overcharged with liquids; characterized by variety, in any sense.

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