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re·plete

 (rĭ-plēt′)
adj.
1. Abundantly supplied; abounding: a stream replete with trout; an apartment replete with Empire furniture.
2. Filled to satiation; gorged.
3. Usage Problem Complete: a computer system replete with color monitor, printer, and software.
n.
A specialized worker in a honey ant colony that stores food in its distensible abdomen for later use by other members of the colony.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin replētus, past participle of replēre, to refill : re-, re- + plēre, to fill; see pelə- in Indo-European roots.]

re·plete′ness n.
Usage Note: Replete means "abundantly supplied" and is not generally accepted as a synonym for complete.

replete

(rɪˈpliːt)
adj (usually postpositive)
1. (often foll by with) copiously supplied (with); abounding (in)
2. having one's appetite completely or excessively satisfied by food and drink; stuffed; gorged; satiated
[C14: from Latin replētus, from replēre to refill, from re- + plēre to fill]
reˈpletely adv
reˈpleteness n

re•plete

(rɪˈplit)

adj.
1. abundantly supplied: a speech replete with humor.
2. stuffed with food and drink.
[1350–1400; Middle English repleet < Middle French replet < Latin replētus, past participle of replēre to fill up =re- re- + plēre to fill, akin to plēnus full1]
re•plete′ly, adv.
re•plete′ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.replete - fill to satisfaction; "I am sated"
ingest, consume, have, take in, take - serve oneself to, or consume regularly; "Have another bowl of chicken soup!"; "I don't take sugar in my coffee"
cloy, pall - cause surfeit through excess though initially pleasing; "Too much spicy food cloyed his appetite"
Adj.1.replete - filled to satisfaction with food or drink; "a full stomach"
nourished - being provided with adequate nourishment
2.replete - (followed by `with')deeply filled or permeated; "imbued with the spirit of the Reformation"; "words instinct with love"; "it is replete with misery"
full - containing as much or as many as is possible or normal; "a full glass"; "a sky full of stars"; "a full life"; "the auditorium was full to overflowing"

replete

replete

adjective
1. Full of animation and activity:
2. Completely filled:
Translations

replete

[rɪˈpliːt] ADJ (liter) → repleto, lleno (with de)

replete

[rɪˈpliːt] adj
(= well-fed) → rassasié(e)
replete with → rassasié(e) de
(= well supplied) → rempli(e)

replete

adj (form)reichlich versehen or ausgestattet (with mit); (= well-fed) persongesättigt

replete

[rɪˈpliːt] adj (frm) replete (with)sazio/a (di)

replete

a. repleto-a, lleno-a en exceso.
References in classic literature ?
The entire separation of the States into thirteen unconnected sovereignties is a project too extravagant and too replete with danger to have many advocates.
It was now the middle of May, and the morning was remarkably serene, when Mr Allworthy walked forth on the terrace, where the dawn opened every minute that lovely prospect we have before described to his eye; and now having sent forth streams of light, which ascended the blue firmament before him, as harbingers preceding his pomp, in the full blaze of his majesty rose the sun, than which one object alone in this lower creation could be more glorious, and that Mr Allworthy himself presented--a human being replete with benevolence, meditating in what manner he might render himself most acceptable to his Creator, by doing most good to his creatures.
For this reason a prince ought to take care that he never lets anything slip from his lips that is not replete with the above-named five qualities, that he may appear to him who sees and hears him altogether merciful, faithful, humane, upright, and religious.
How grievous then was the thought that, of a situation so desirable in every respect, so replete with advantage, so promising for happiness, Jane had been deprived, by the folly and indecorum of her own family!
In the evening, replete with deer meat, resting on his elbow and smoking his after-supper cigarette, he said:
Thomas and you, to whom the circle of the sciences is open; Thomas and you, who may be said to be replete with facts; Thomas and you, who have been trained to mathematical exactness; Thomas and you, here
Weston did think of it, she was very strongly persuaded; and though not meaning to be induced by him, or by any body else, to give up a situation which she believed more replete with good than any she could change it for, she had a great curiosity to see him, a decided intention of finding him pleasant, of being liked by him to a certain degree, and a sort of pleasure in the idea of their being coupled in their friends' imaginations.
I could have listened forever to this astronomer, whose lectures so profoundly taught lessons of humility to the created, and which were so replete with silent eulogies on the power of the Creator
One brute had an eye out; another had his tail sawed off close, like a rabbit, and was proud of it; another had a bony ridge running from his neck to his tail, like one of those ruined aqueducts one sees about Rome, and had a neck on him like a bowsprit; they all limped, and had sore backs, and likewise raw places and old scales scattered about their persons like brass nails in a hair trunk; their gaits were marvelous to contemplate, and replete with variety under way the procession looked like a fleet in a storm.
Has this mind, so replete with ideas, imaginations fanciful and magnificent, which formed a world, whose existence depended on the life of its creator; --has this mind perished?
The next day, however, being the Sabbath, he preached a discourse which was held to be the richest and most powerful, and the most replete with heavenly influences, that had ever proceeded from his lips.
Doctor Mell, in a speech replete with feeling, then proposed "Our distinguished Guest, the ornament of our town.