adjective re·plete \ri-ˈplēt\

: having much or plenty of something : filled with something

: having had plenty to eat : pleasantly full

Full Definition of REPLETE

:  fully or abundantly provided or filled <a book replete with … delicious details — William Safire>
a :  abundantly fed
b :  fat, stout
:  complete
re·plete·ness noun

Examples of REPLETE

  1. The book is replete with photographs.
  2. The country's history is replete with stories of people who became successful by working hard.

Origin of REPLETE

Middle English, from Middle French & Latin; Middle French replet, from Latin repletus, past participle of replēre to fill up, from re- + plēre to fill — more at full
First Known Use: 14th century


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