Antonyms of PLENITUDE

Examples of usage:

  1. One could see in those wonderfully harmonious features that Aristotle was right when he discerned beauty in order and proportion; while another declared that he found there the evidence of Plato's doctrine of the identity of the good and the beautiful- for this face was so lovely because it was the mirror of a soul which had been disembodied in the plenitude of maiden purity and virtue, unjarred by any discord; and this gave rise to a vehement discussion as to the essential nature of beauty and of virtue. "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers" by Georg Ebers
  2. So, to know the Christ is to apprehend Him in the height of His Godhead, in the breadth of His humanity, in the plenitude of His nature and His powers. "The Expositor's Bible: Ephesians" by G. G. Findlay
  3. Like young Juno both in her majesty and plenitude, Peachy did this time move out of sight, leaving her victim greatly shaken. "The Loves of Ambrose" by Margaret Vandercook
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