plethoric [ ple-thawr-ik, -thor-, pleth-uh-rik ]
1. overfull; turgid; inflated: a plethoric, pompous speech.
2. of, relating to, or characterized by plethora.
OTHER WORDS FROM PLETHORIC
WORDS RELATED TO PLETHORIC
extra, enormous, needless, exaggerated, superfluous, inordinate, unreasonable, redundant, undue, exorbitant, extravagant, unconscionable, steep, disproportionate, extreme, entire, complete, crowded, big, sufficient
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Origin: First recorded in 1610–20; plethor(a) + -ic
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