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Pledgers

ˈpledʒər

Meanings of Pledgers:

noun

A person who borrows money and offers a pledge for the loan

Usage examples:

A pawnbroker can sell the pledgor's goods when the loan is not repaid.

Pledges

pledʒ

Meanings of Pledges:

noun

A solemn promise or undertaking.

Usage examples:

The conference ended with a joint pledge to limit pollution
verb

Commit (a person or organization) by a solemn promise.

Usage examples:

The government pledged itself to deal with environmental problems

Pledget

ˈplɛdʒɪt

Meanings of Pledget:

noun

A small wad of lint or other soft material used to stop up a wound or an opening in the body.

Usage examples:

Cotton pledgets soaked in vasoconstrictor and anesthetic should be placed in the anterior nasal cav…

Pledgets

ˈplɛdʒɪt

Meanings of Pledgets:

noun

A small wad of lint or other soft material used to stop up a wound or an opening in the body.

Usage examples:

Cotton pledgets soaked in vasoconstrictor and anesthetic should be placed in the anterior nasal cav…

Pledging

plɛdʒ

Meanings of Pledging:

verb

Commit (a person or organization) by a solemn promise.

Usage examples:

The government pledged itself to deal with environmental problems
noun

A solemn promise or undertaking.

Usage examples:

The conference ended with a joint pledge to limit pollution

Pledgors

plɛdʒˈɔː

Meanings of Pledgors:

noun

A person who deposits something as security for the fulfilment of a contract or the payment of a debt.

Usage examples:

Legal title to the collateral remains with the pledgor

Pleiad

ˈplʌɪəd

Meanings of Pleiad:

noun

An outstanding group of seven people or things.

Usage examples:

The celebrated pleiad of french poets

Meanings of Pleiades:

proper noun

The seven daughters of the titan atlas and the oceanid pleione, who were pursued by the hunter orion until zeus changed them into a cluster of stars.

Pleiads

ˈplʌɪəd

Meanings of Pleiads:

noun

An outstanding group of seven people or things.

Usage examples:

The celebrated pleiad of french poets

Meanings of Pleiomerous:

adjective

Of a floral whorl or flower: having more than the normal number of parts.

Meanings of Pleiomery:

noun

The condition of having more than the normal number of parts in a floral whorl or flower.

Meanings of Pleione:

noun

Any of various orchids constituting the genus pleione, native chiefly to northern india, nepal, china, and burma (myanmar), having fleshy pseudobulbs, deciduous plicate leaves, and ornamental white, pink, or purple flowers; (in form pleione), the genus itself.

Meanings of Pleiotropy:

noun

The production by a single gene of two or more apparently unrelated effects.

Usage examples:

If gene effects on the trait and fitness are correlated due to pleiotropy, genes of large effect on…

Pleistocene

ˈplʌɪstəsiːn

Meanings of Pleistocene:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the first epoch of the quaternary period, between the pliocene and holocene epochs.

Usage examples:

At the end of the pleistocene era sea levels increased
noun

The first epoch of the quaternary period, between the pliocene and holocene epochs, or the system of deposits laid down during it.

Usage examples:

The glacial world of the pleistocene was dramatically different from our own

Meanings of Pleistoseist:

noun

A line on a map or diagram marking the limit of the area of maximum disturbance in an earthquake; the area itself.

Meanings of Plena:

noun

In puerto rican culture: a traditional style of singing and dancing showing african influences and characterized by a highly syncopated rhythm and often satirical lyrics, the rhythm of the vocal lines frequently contrasting with that of the accompaniment.

Meanings of Plenarily:

adverb

In a plenary manner; fully or completely.

Meanings of Plenariness:

noun

Fullness or completeness.

Meanings of Plenarium:

noun

A book or manuscript containing a complete set of sacred writings, e.g. all the gospels or all the epistles.

Meanings of Plenarty:

noun

Of a benefice: the fact or state of being occupied. opposed to "vacancy".

Plenary

ˈpliː.nər.i

Meanings of Plenary:

adjective

Unqualified; absolute.

Usage examples:

Crusaders were offered a plenary indulgence by the pope
noun

A meeting or session attended by all participants at a conference or assembly.

Usage examples:

Working parties would report back to the plenary with recommendations

Meanings of Pleniloquence:

noun

Loquacity; excessive speaking.

Meanings of Plenilunar:

adjective

Of or resembling the full moon.

Meanings of Plenilune:

noun

A full moon; the time of a full moon.

Meanings of Plenipo:

noun

A plenipotentiary.

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