n. Latin. Often, frequently. Many times. Also the name of a third writ, after two have issued against a defendant.
- n. (Law) A writ issued in the third place, after two former writs have been disregarded. Practice. A term by which a writ issued subsequently to an alias of the same kind, is denominated. The pluries writ is made by adding after we command you, the words, ' as often times we have commanded you.' This is called the first pluries, the next is called the second pluries, &c.