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  • verb Present participle of replenish.

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Examples

  • It was inevitable that we should imitate the Fire-Men in replenishing the fire.

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  • Oral tradition, mythology, and folklore are vital in replenishing the morale among the people.

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  • David Carter, professor of sports business at the University of Southern California, acknowledges the value of the draft in replenishing talent: "There's never been a better, more streamlined player development system in sports."

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  • It was inevitable that we should imitate the Fire-Men in replenishing the fire.

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  • Commissioners say the goal is for the fair to be self-sufficient, and the county's annual subsidy may be reduced with the idea of replenishing the reserves.

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  • The partially specialized stem cells found in bone marrow and some other adult tissues are useful for certain tasks, such as replenishing blood cells destroyed by chemotherapy.

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  • She has lots of muscle aches from being confined during this period of time, and she's really been dehydrated, so what we've been doing basically is just kind of replenishing her fluids, but she already looks a lot better than she did when she came in.

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  • In these latter days, through a cupidity as amazing as criminal, you are not 'replenishing' so much as impoverishing the earth, and think you that no interest will be exacted for your reckless plunder?

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  • If you’ve ever seen ads for Gatorade, you’re probably familiar with the idea of replenishing the water, sodium, and potassium lost during extreme exercise or during a case of vomiting or diarrhea.

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  • If you’ve ever seen ads for Gatorade, you’re probably familiar with the idea of replenishing the water, sodium, and potassium lost during extreme exercise or during a case of vomiting or diarrhea.

    Baby Bites

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