A few months ago, one of my friends listed plethora [pleth-er-uh] as one of her favorite words. I like it, too -- it's a fun word to say! (I think that's why my friend likes it so much.) Plethora is a noun that means "overabundance; excess". Here are a few sentences I came up with, using the word:
Over the holidays,
our fridge is filled with a plethora of treats.
When the children scampered down the stairs
on Christmas morning, they spotted a plethora of gifts
under the tree.
The storm brought with it a plethora of snow.
How would you use the word plethora?