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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Late Latin plēnārius, from Latin plēnus (full).

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plenary (comparative more plenary, superlative most plenary)

  1. Fully attended; for everyone's attendance.
  2. (theology or law) Complete; full; entire; absolute.
    • I. Watts
      A treatise on a subject should be plenary or full.

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NounEdit

plenary (plural plenaries)

  1. plenary session
    After lunch, we will all be in the main auditorium listening to the plenary.

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