plenarily

plenary

[plee-nuh-ree, plen-uh-]
adjective
1.
full; complete; entire; absolute; unqualified: plenary powers.
2.
attended by all qualified members; fully constituted: a plenary session of Congress.
noun, plural plenaries.
3.
a plenary session, meeting, or the like.

Origin:
1375–1425; < Late Latin plēnārius (see plenum, -ary); replacing late Middle English plener < Anglo-French < Late Latin plēnāris (see -ar1)

plenarily, adverb

planetary, plenary, plentiful, plenitude.
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plenary (ˈpliːnərɪ, ˈplɛn-)
 
adj
1.  full, unqualified, or complete: plenary powers; plenary indulgence
2.  (of assemblies, councils, etc) attended by all the members
 
n , -ries
3.  a book of the gospels or epistles and homilies read at the Eucharist
 
[C15: from Late Latin plēnārius, from Latin plēnus full; related to Middle English plener; see plenum]
 
'plenarily
 
adv

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plenary
1510s, earlier plenar (late 13c.), from M.L. plenarius "entire, complete," from L. plenus "full," from PIE *ple- "to be full" (see poly-).
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