- a large or excessive amount of (something).
- an excess of a bodily fluid, particularly blood.
That criminality should not be obscured by a plethora of psychological or psychiatric assumptions.
The British Isles boast a plethora of university art galleries.
Over 50 retailers have put up their stalls to give consumers a plethora of opportunities to shop.
He faces a plethora of charges ranging from aggravated assault to indecent exposure and corruption of a minor.
You can expect a plethora of them over the festive fortnight, and those with a taste for this kind of television must have been cheering last week.
Yes, there is a plethora of things to do when you’re a student, self-employed, or a little short on cash.
A woman of today can be considered luckier as she has a plethora of designs to choose from, from casual wear to party wear.
He was also a multi-talented musician who could adapt himself to a plethora of instruments.
Travelers can choose from a plethora of different lodging options on a mountain vacation.
a plethora of committees and subcommittees
Going through a major physical change can bring about a plethora of feelings.
If the indoor concerts are of lesser interest to the jazz devotee than in the past, the free shows offer a plethora of talent.
This was hardly a thriller, but there was plentiful excitement due to a plethora of mistakes from both defences in the second half.
Still, there’s a plethora of self-help books offering tips and advice.
Since then I downloaded a plethora of e-mail soliciting my opinion on their local church website.
More recently, a plethora of books questioning the foundations of Western faith have appeared.
This is a complicated, compelling book with countless strands that would provide fodder for a plethora of novels or histories.
O’Sullivan has gained a plethora of political experience and has been a strong voice at local government.
This CD has nothing but unexciting songs that could get lost and forgotten in a plethora of much better music.
With the development of plethora, the number of reticulated cells in the blood decreased.
An anemia which developed despite continued blood transfusions in two dogs splenectomized during plethora has also been studied.
Flicking through beauty magazines reveals a plethora of such deals, with money off a range of invasive surgical procedures.
Allen won a plethora of medals during his illustrious career
Remuneration consultants like Chris Hart have a plethora of names.
These pictures float on the tide of late-Victorian escapism in art, yet also bear a burden of sorrow that few of the plethoric paintings and illustrations of nymphs and fairies produced at the time manage to catch.
I cringed, looking over at Jackson, who had a plethoric look of embarrassment across his face.
Our neighbour was a plethoric gentleman who sat, head bowed in hands, in front of a double whiskey, fast asleep.
Why dedicate so much attention to Sugimoto and only illustrate Araki’s plethoric production by four weakly-relevant small prints…?
Many of the revisions they suggest exacerbate the leaden, plethoric style that comes naturally to lawyers (including law professors).