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ple·thor·ic  audio  (pl-thôrk, -thr-, plth-rk) KEY 

ADJECTIVE:
    1. Excessive in quantity; superabundant: "this successful industry of England, with its plethoric wealth" (Thomas Carlyle).
    2. Excessive in style; turgid: plethoric prose.
  1. Characterized by an overabundance of blood.


OTHER FORMS:
ple·thori·cal·ly(Adverb)


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