: fully or abundantly provided or filled
a : abundantly fed
b : fat, stout
Right now I'm mad that replete cannot be a verb, but its far inferior cousins deplete and complete can be.
Today I have eaten only almonds and donuts; I am replete with emptiness.
Replete with a cadre of oversize strollers and siblings to fill them, this neighborhood will change the shape of the city.
Tinder is replete with sky diving, rock climbing, guitar playing beardos and my thumb hurts.
The cruelest trick of our collective brain is to convince that our lives will end in repletion.
Facebook brims with clever curation and my shortfall is replete.
My memory, replete and drunk, says our kiss was really big. Reality, replete and sober, sticks out his tongue and then his foot.
I stumble forward into the rest of my evening, replete and frustrated.
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