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ree pleet

  • v  fill to satisfaction
  • s  filled to satisfaction with food or drink
  • s  (followed by `with')deeply filled or permeated
    it is replete with misery

  • This war is replete with examples of heroism and of fair dealing with prisoners of wars.
  • History is replete with his failures.
  • Downstairs is a noisy bar replete with TV monitors and bubblegum Kelly Chan tunes.
News & Articles

  • Spring wine festival set Saturday
    Imagine a laid-back country setting in a relaxed hilltop atmosphere replete with jazz music and a lush June backdrop.
    June 13, 2013 - The Register-Herald
  • Spring wine festival set Saturday
    Imagine a laid-back country setting in a relaxed hilltop atmosphere replete with jazz music and a lush June backdrop.
    June 13, 2013 - The Register-Herald
  • Questions on a rosy evaluation
    City Manager Mike O'Brien last night provided the City Council with his annual self-evaluation report, replete with his customary sugary rhetoric.
    June 12, 2013 - Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Quotes

  • Barney Frank in The Miami Herald
    There are four pages of specific authorization to buy up mortgages and write them down (with losses),Committee Chairman Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., said angrily, waving pages from the bill at Paulson. "The bill is replete with...
  • Robert Cobb in Kansas City Star
    Cobb said in his letter to Mueller that the report was "replete with easily demonstrable factual errors and inaccuracies."

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