The loves and sorrows that are great are destroyed by their own plenitude
Your stomachs are round with the plenitude
It is a self-trust which slights the restraints of prudence, in the plenitude
of its energy and power to repair the harms it may suffer.
In short, the family of Ishmael appeared now to be in the plenitude
of an enjoyment, which depended on inactivity, but which was not entirely free from certain confused glimmerings of a perspective, in which their security stood in some little danger of a rude interruption from Teton treachery.
They say that in wealth and plenitude
of offspring you surpassed all that is in Lesbos, the realm of Makar to the northward, Phrygia that is more inland, and those that dwell upon the great Hellespont; but from the day when the dwellers in heaven sent this evil upon you, war and slaughter have been about your city continually.
Fewer night prowlers threatened them, and the men were commenting upon the fact that the farther north they had traveled the smaller the number of all species of animals became, though it was still present in what would have seemed appalling plenitude
in any other part of the world.