from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Agent noun of replenish; one who replenishes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who replenishes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which replenishes; specifically, in electricity, a static influence- or induction-machine used for maintaining the charge of a quadrant electrometer.
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Trustee David Liddiment, the author of the report, regretted its failure to woo a young "replenisher" audience that might stick with the station as they aged.
And I didn't make enough use of pushing Tri-X to 4000 using HC110 replenisher; I've gotten several lovely pictures out of that, despite the fog levels and the weird film curvature that results.
When we feel depleted, love is the best replenisher -- which includes the love we feel for ourselves, the love we freely give to others, and the love that comes to us from the people we care for and admire most.
After letting my OCD make a raving loon out of me for the rest of the afternoon, I eventually got myself a foot-long sub (the sandwich, not a tiny vessel full of seamen), a large bottle of orange Gatorade (my personal favorite electrolyte replenisher), and locked myself in my hotel room, determined to work out a plan of action.
Father, the Sonne, and the holy Ghost, the blessed Trinitie, our onely God, maker and preseruer of all things, replenisher of all things euery where, who by thy goodnesse doest cause all men to loue the giuer of wisedome our onely Mediatour, and leader of vs all vnto blessed knowledge by the onely Sonne his word, our Lord
Suddenly, its backmounted air replenisher purged itself, expelling a burst of vapor strong enough to push Riker off the edge and out of the gravity field.
And certainly this replenisher of the privy majesty shone in his blessed face at the first to them that saw him, and he might by that sight and will draw them to him.
But it is the better test of love; and perhaps also the better preserver and replenisher of love.
The new electrometer is really a combination of three inventions -- of Sir William Thomson's portable electrometer to indicate whether or no the instrument is sufficiently charged; of the replenisher by Mr. Varley for charging or discharging; and of the quadrant electrometer for reading off the minute tensions measured.
'Peace by which the nations profit; Peace the fair mother of all liberal arts, the softener of manners, the replenisher of the generations of mankind.