Definition of replenish
replenishableplay \-ni-shə-bəl\ adjective
replenishmentplay \-nish-mənt\ noun
Examples of replenish in a Sentence
An efficient staff of workers replenished the trays of appetizers almost as quickly as guests emptied them.
He replenished his supply of wood in preparation for the winter.
Drink this—you need to replenish your fluids after your hike.
plants that replenish soil nutrients
Recent Examples of replenish from the Web
Major causes of Louisiana coastal erosion are storm damage, sea level rise, subsidence, oil and gas exploration and the loss of replenishing sediment since the Mississippi River was leveed.
Soon, the band would replenish their guitar firepower, bringing on Bill Hinds, a left-handed player with a jazzier feel.
But with only $200 saved up, an ever-replenishing pile of bills, and a family to support in Guinea, the timing was never right.
Especially in men’s basketball, graduate transfers have become a quick way for schools to replenish rosters with veteran players.
The town is asking for helping replenishing the Somers MOW fund.
Such a shipment would be the largest since 1 million doses were sent to Haiti after Hurricane Matthew last fall — and would amount to about half of the usual world stockpile, which would then be replenished.
The Cowboys have a young secondary, using four draft picks to replenish their secondary in this year’s draft.
Sen. Judith Schwank (D., Berks) and Rep. Eddie Pashinski (D., Luzerne) are pushing two bills that would replenish the fund by increasing dog-licensing fees.
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REPLENISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of replenish for English Language Learners
: to fill or build up (something) again
REPLENISH Defined for Kids
Definition of replenish for Students
: to make full or complete once more We need to replenish our supplies.
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