Synonyms and Antonyms of replete
1 having an excess of body fat <the merchant was a richly replete gentleman, clearly enjoying the fruits of his success> Synonyms blubbery, chubby, corpulent, fleshy, full, gross, lardy, obese, overweight, plump, podgy [chiefly British], portly, pudgy, fat, roly-poly, rotund, round, tubbyRelated Words beefy, bulky, chunky, heavy, heavyset, plumpish, stocky, stout, thick, thickset, weighty; brawny, burly, hefty, husky; dumpy, squat, stubby; hippy, paunchy, potbellied; flabby, soft; ample, buxom, corn-fed, ripe, zaftig (also zoftig); endomorphicNear Antonyms angular, bony (also boney), gaunt, lank, lanky, rawboned, sinewy; cadaverous, emaciated, haggard, pinched, skeletal, wasted; puny, scraggy, scrawny, slight; rangy, reedy, spindling, spindly, stringy, svelte, sylphlike, twiggy, waspish, weedy, willowy; ectomorphic; anorexicAntonyms lean, skinny, slender, slim, spare, thin
2 possessing or covered with great numbers or amounts of something specified <a gym that is replete with the very latest in home exercise equipment> Synonyms abounding, abundant, awash, flush, fraught, lousy, rife, swarming, teeming, thick, throngingRelated Words brimming, bulging, bursting, chock-full (or chockful), crammed, crowded, fat, filled, full, jammed, jam-packed, loaded, packed, saturated, stuffed; clogged, congested, overcrowded, overfilled, overflowing, overfull, overladen, overloaded, overstuffed, surfeited; alive, animated, astir, bustling, busy, buzzing, humming, livelyNear Antonyms bare, barren, blank, devoid, empty, stark, vacant, void; depleted, drained, exhausted; deficient, incomplete, insufficient, short
3 having one's appetite completely satisfied <everyone settled back and relaxed, completely replete after the huge meal> Synonyms full, sated, satiate, satiated, stuffed, surfeitedRelated Words glutted, gorged, overfed, overfull, overstuffedNear Antonyms underfed, undernourishedAntonyms empty, famished, hungry, starved, starving
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