repletion

[ ri-plee-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF repletion

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REPLETION

Croizette had on her side all the bankers and all the people who were suffering from repletion.

Yet there was no sign about the boy of the lassitude of repletion.

Once a year, at the village club dinner, they gormandise to repletion.

And it was the child's desire that the pappoose on the Reserve should eat to repletion.

The Anglian learned to feast to repletion, and drink to delirium.

We must all die; but we need not all die of repletion, which, I fear, was his case.

You know by his looks, he too is suffering the pangs of repletion.

We went from room to room, each filled to repletion—not a dozen beds in all.

But the box was full to repletion, and the bowl of the spoon would not go in.

They ate to repletion; and no longer regretted the rich flesh-pots of Pharaoh.

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