ple·na·ry [plee-nuh-ree, plen-uh-]
1. full; complete; entire; absolute; unqualified: plenary powers.
2. attended by all qualified members; fully constituted: a plenary session of Congress.
noun, plural ple·na·ries.
3. a plenary session, meeting, or the like.
Can be confused: planetary, plentiful, plenitude.
Origin: 1375–1425; < Late Latin plēnārius (see plenum, -ary); replacing late Middle English plener < Anglo-French < Late Latin plēnāris (see -ar1 )
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