Definitions of "plenary"
  1. A situation or action that is comprehensive and absolute in all aspects
  2. An assembly or conference that is fully represented or participated by all its members
  3. A process or sequence that comprises all the necessary steps performed in the correct order
How to use "plenary" in a sentence
  1. The committee has plenary power to make decisions about budget allocations.
  2. The president addressed a plenary session of the congress, with every member present.
  3. In a plenary trial, all steps of the proceedings are followed in proper sequence, ensuring a fair and thorough investigation.

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