“Plenary” is my word for WordWednesday.

• Adjective: Complete in every respect, fully attended or constituted by all entitled

• Usage: A peaceful protest over George Floyd’s death can be considered a “Plenary”gathering.

• Pronunciationplenərē

“Plenary” sessions for businesses conferences are now being held online instead of in hotels.

• Are you missing the weekly “Plenary” meetings you had to attend before the Coronavirus?

 

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