My question is: Can the word plethorically be used in situations in which it would describe characteristics or qualities one would apply to biotic entities (humans)?
Is it acceptable to use plethorically in the following fragment?
To add context I have constructed the following sentence:
My fellow classmates are plethorically obnoxious, as they loquaciously spew ludicrously nonsensical drivel.
I have found that if I were to base my conclusion to my question on the definition, it would seem it cannot be used in such a way. I have contemplated over it, however, and I say that it isn't unrealistic to say that it is fine to use plethorically in such a way. The way I mean that is this: plethorically means an excessive or overabundant amount of something; one can have excessive obnoxiousness - obnoxiousness is something someone can have (bear); therefore, it stands to reason that one can be
If it is grammatically incorrect to use plethorically in such a way, I must find a word to replace it. I'm thinking I could use eminently; however, I feel that plethorically simply has a particular feel to it that few others, if any, that can be used in such situations could satisfy. In the case that I cannot use plethorically, perhaps someone could suggest a situational alternative.
Thank you in advance.