Etymology
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replete (adj.)

late 14c., "filled (with something); completely full, filled to satisfaction," from Old French replet "filled up" (14c.) and directly from Latin repletus "filled, full," past participle of replere "to fill; fill again, re-fill," from re- "back, again" (here perhaps an intensive prefix based on the notion of "fill repeatedly," thus "fill completely;" see re-) + plere "to fill" (from PIE root *pele- (1) "to fill"). Related: Repleteness.

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Definitions of replete
1
replete (adj.)
filled to satisfaction with food or drink;
Synonyms: full
replete (adj.)
(followed by `with') deeply filled or permeated;
it is replete with misery
Synonyms: instinct
2
replete (v.)
fill to satisfaction;
Synonyms: satiate / sate / fill
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