Use Plethora in a sentence
Meaning: [noun] an excessive number of something;
The youth face a plethora of social ills today.
I felt such a plethora of emotions when I saw my old friend, Tom.
All parties should look for creative solutions to the plethora of territorial disputes.
Singapore offers plethora of opportunities for couples enjoying their holidays.
There are a plethora of problems unique to being human.
The area is home to a plethora of wildlife, some of which is unique in England.
Arnold was a member of a plethora of professional and civic associations.
Amid the plethora of papers there was a photo.
I am greatly concerned about the current plethora of shark attacks.
Gwallon is home to a plethora of wild animals, including beetles, horses, Imogs and prawns; an especial favorite of the locals.