Re*plete" (r?-pl?t"), a. [L. repletus, p. p. of replere to fill again, fill up; pref. re- re- + plere to fill, akin to plenus full: cf. F. replet corpulent. See Plenty, Replenish.]

Filled again; completely filled; full; charged; abounding.

"His words replete with guile."

Milton.

When he of wine was replet at his feast. Chaucer.

In heads repiete with thoughts of other men. Cowper.

 

© Webster 1913.


Re*plete", v. t.

To fill completely, or to satiety.

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© Webster 1913.

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