Plen`i*po*ten"ti*a*ry (?), n.; pl. Plenipotentiaries (#). [LL. plenipotentiarius: cf. F. pl'enipotentiaire.]

A person invested with full power to transact any business; especially, an ambassador or envoy to a foreign court, with full power to negotiate a treaty, or to transact other business.


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Plen`i*po*ten"ti*a*ry, a.

Containing or conferring full power; invested with full power; as, plenipotentiary license; plenipotentiary ministers.



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