Similar words: deplete, replete, deploy, deplore, deplorable, deployment, nom de plume, complete. Meaning: [dɪ'pliːt] adj. 1. having resources completely depleted 2. no longer sufficient.
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1) Our stock of food is greatly depleted.
2) The fire had depleted the game in the forest.
3) Salmon populations have been severely depleted .
4) This expense has depleted our funds.
5) The room was depleted of its furniture.
6) Both teams were severely depleted by injuries.
7) Extravagant spending soon depleted her funds.
8) The drought has depleted their supply of water.
9) Our supplies of food are rather depleted.
10) The company has depleted its reserves to make the purchase.
11) The soil is depleted first by having crops grown in it and second by natural weathering and bacterial action.
12) Measures have been taken to protect the world's depleted elephant population.
13) Food supplies were severely depleted.
14) Danzig's already depleted currency reserves dropped steadily.
15) Salmon populations have been severely depleted recently.
16) Warehouse stockpiles are expected to be depleted by July.
17) A side depleted by the forced sales of Paul Simpson and Lee Nogan.
18) The company manufactures shells tipped with depleted uranium, which have been linked to leukaemia and other cancers.
19) When fish stocks are severely depleted, their output is also reduced - because there are fewer fish remaining to reproduce.
20) As the population expanded, the forest was increasingly depleted, and its thin soils were worked to exhaustion.
21) And it may be that depleted uranium can, after all, be shown to be benign.
22) By the end of the winter the supply of grain was severely depleted.
23) Following the repairs to the roof, church funds are now seriously depleted.
24) The iron core of the Earth has partially segregated, and therefore the outer regions are depleted in iron.
25) In addition, they increase the number of immune system cells previously depleted by the virus.
26) The time of incubation is related to enzyme activity in terms of product formed or substrate depleted.
27) Forests surrounding the city are being rapidly felled for fuelwood,[http://sentencedict.com/depleted.html] and 80 percent of them are in a severely depleted state.
28) Equally threatening are the dozens of federally subsidized cattle ranches that have depleted underground water sources used by antelope and bighorn sheep.
29) Through most of the summer, then, the plankton in open ocean is gradually depleted.
30) It is ineffective in hypoglycaemia induced by alcohol, in which liver glycogen is already depleted.
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