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The memorial of this excellent woman is short, but replete with instruction.

And such was the sleep of Theodora: she was young and replete with charms, and, alas!

These were only light spells of heaviness, replete with vague charm that calmed her nerves.

The entire locality of this church is replete with historic association.

Lucy's share was replete with soft wonderings at the beauty of the world.

Superstitions, a book on, replete with errors in language, 153 et seq.

Their borders are replete with materials for the exercise of human industry and skill.

These ‘Letters,’ which form the initial number, are replete with interest.

Both parts are confined to one street, replete with bars and cafes.

Then he was ushered into the cabin, that was replete with Orientalism as well.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Old French replet "filled up" (14c.), from Latin repletus "filled, full," past participle of replere "to fill; fill again, re-fill," from re- (see re-) + plere "to fill" (see pleio-).

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