Definition of Repleting

1. replete [v] - See also: replete



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Repleting

replenished
replenisher
replenishers
replenishes
replenishing
replenishment
replenishments
replenisht
replete
replete(p)
repleted
repletely
repleteness
repletenesses
repletes
repleting (current term)
repletion
repletions
repletive
repletory
repleviable
replevied
replevies
replevin
replevined
replevinger
replevingers
replevining
replevins
replevisable

Literary usage of Repleting

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1. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1916)
"A letter received from South Georgia during 1915 stated that the number had been reduced to six or seven birds which had a very slight chance of repleting ..."

2. The United States Magazine and Democratic Review (1842)
"This depletion of the market at the indebted point, and repleting it at the point of indebtedness, is the settlement ..."

3. Trade and Navigation Between Spain and the Indies in the Time of the Hapsburgs by Clarence Henry Haring (1918)
"... great noble" as they were, too often accepted the distinction for the opportunity it seemed to v offer of repleting a diminished family fortune. ..."

4. The Two Hague Conferences and Their Contributions to International Law by William Isaac Hull (1908)
"... and that although large neutral powers have never prevented a belligerent ship from repleting its stores, small neutral powers might submit to pressure ..."

5. The Two Hague Conferences and Their Contributions to International Law by William Isaac Hull (1908)
"... and that although large neutral powers have never prevented a belligerent ship from repleting its stores, small neutral powers might submit to pressure ..."

6. The Principles of Midwifery: Including the Diseases of Women and Children by John Burns (1843)
"The diet is to be almost dry, and of the least stimulating and repleting quality. Wine and all excitants, are to be avoided. In order to restrain the action ..."

7. The African Repository by American Colonization Society (1858)
"... in fact, properly seen in its deformity, is " fighting against God:" in the other, in our own country, it is repleting her with a population that cannot ..."

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