Re*ple"tion (r?-pl?"sh?n), n. [L. repletio a filling up: cf. F. r'epl'etion. See Replete.]


The state of being replete; superabundant fullness.

The tree had too much repletion, and was oppressed with its own sap. Bacon.

Replecioun [overeating] ne made her never sick. Chaucer.

2. Med.

Fullness of blood; plethora.


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