|n.||1.||(Law) A writ issued in the third place, after two former writs have been disregarded.|
PLURIES, practice. A term by which a writ issued subsequently to an alias of
the same kind, is denominated.
2. 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.