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adjective as in replaced

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Biologists as well as Buddhists know that living stuff is always dancing, constantly replenished by, and created from, nonliving components.

The Green Machine, a design for a future city by architect Stephane Malka, moves like a mobile oasis, replenishing desert rather than causing more environmental degradation.

The vaccine comes next — maintained at super-cold temperatures — followed by extra dry ice shipments to replenish dosing sites.

From Axios

Since then, her consistent payments on her car and her student debt have slowly replenished her credit score.

They’ve been equipped with GPS and thermometers to make sure they stay at the required temperatures, so supervisors can replenish them with dry ice if needed as they’re shipped via planes and trucks.

From Quartz

The girl looked across the table at the fire that smouldered on the hearth in need of being replenished.

Some time, when the building fund has been replenished, a parsonage house will be erected at the eastern end of the church.

However, gravitation neither escapes by radiation from bodies nor needs to be replenished, so far as we know, from without.

"Wait a little," advised the guide, as he replenished the fire.

The fire glowed pleasantly, being replenished now and then by Barney.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to replenished, such as: interchanged, and renewed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.