Synonym: fill, full, instinct, replete, sate, satiate. Similar words: reply, replace, replacement, deploy, take place, meter, compete, detect. Meaning: [rɪ'plɪːt] v. fill to satisfaction. adj. 1. filled to satisfaction with food or drink 2. (followed by `with')deeply filled or permeated.
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1. He was replete with roast duck.
2. The Harbor was replete with boats.
3. He was replete with food and drink.
4. We all felt pleasantly replete.
5. His story was replete with falsehood.
6. Literature is replete with tales of power.
7. This car has an engine replete with the latest technology.
8. Replete, guests can then retire to the modern conservatory for coffee.
9. People sat about, replete and vacant.
10. It was a manoeuvre replete with irony.
11. The history of environmentalism is replete with such examples.
12. Griffith Park is replete with hiking trails, and Mount Hollywood is excellent for plotting future treks.
13. Past inaugurations have been replete with stories of bruised egos and sour encounters.
14. The history of penal practice is replete with particular sanctions falling into disuse.
15. The unfinished and unpublished memoirs of Farini are replete with such hyperbole.
16. The ceremony in this Anglo-Norman setting was replete with references to Charlemagne, Napoleon, and Churchill.
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17. Government documents and official statements concerning integration are replete with romantic and ill-defined language.
18. Those alterations included enlarged pueblos replete with central plazas and square kivas.
19. The 300-foot test track will be replete with moguls, hills and curves.
20. Goldie, replete, snaps her eyes shut and is soon snoring.
21. It looked full and replete.
22. From the beginning, this crisis was replete with ironies.
23. It is a tale replete with error.
24. After two helpings of dessert, Sergio was at last replete.
25. This is tragedy, completely unacceptable when comfortable Western nations are replete with food, and waste huge amounts of it.
26. One by one they lay their burden of eggs until the full nest rocks there, replete.
27. Judgments frequently consist of long paragraphs and convoluted sentences replete with subordinate clauses.
28. This aesthetic presentation is a very nice touch in a meal already replete with interesting tastes dancing merrily across your palate.
29. She was slightly wary of him in this city which for him was replete with memories.
30. The trial is an ironic finish to a career replete with ironies.