By Deane Barker

Definition: complete; in total agreement

From the Latin “plenus,” which means “full.”

Why I Looked It Up

From The Liberty Amendments:

In fact, other than the limited, specified powers granted to the federal government, the states retained for themselves plenary governing authority.

Mark Levin must like the word, because he used it multiple times in that book.

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