PLENUM (plēʹnɘm, plenʹɘm) n. – 1) space filled with matter, as opposed to vacuum; 2) fullness; 3) a full or general assembly, as in all members of a legislative body; 4) an enclosed volume of gas under greater pressure than that surrounding the container. [WW #209]
Word Challenge: PLENUM.If you think your life is a void, look around and count your blessings. In life, “void” is relative … think plenum, as you fit this new word into your week of full writing.
FYI: A search of “plenum” finds a plethora of references to a plenum chamber of pressurized air, gas, or liquid. But it is much more versatile than that, as exhibited above and in Wiki’s definition page.
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