Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of replenishing, or the state of being replenished.
  • noun That which replenishes; a supply.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act of replenishing, or the state of being replenished.
  • noun That which replenishes; supply.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The act of replenishing
  • noun A new supply of something

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun filling again by supplying what has been used up

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Examples

  • Through the first half of 1958 she sailed with TF 63 in replenishment missions during fleet exercises in the Mediterranean.

    ALBERT NELSON CAIN

  • Through the first half of 1958 she sailed with TF 63 in replenishment missions during fleet exercises in the

    ALBERT NELSON CAIN

  • Beach replenishment is idiotic, expensive, but temporary.

    So Proud to be a North Carolinian

  • "Well, you just took me, Ginny, that requires vitamin replenishment" giggled Myra.

    MORE FROM GINNY BATES: MYRA THE WRITER

  • Emissions of CFCs have been nearly eliminated, and studies suggest that ozone-layer replenishment is beginning.

    Some Convenient Truths

  • Young says that he still pays attention to the forecast as a planning tool, but because of Kanban, everything is "replenishment" - based.

    Computerworld

  • And I don't mean necessarily the very long term replenishment such as oil.

    Capitalism as a Benevolent System, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • And there may be an intermediate state, in which a person is balanced between pleasure and pain; in his body there is want which is a cause of pain, but in his mind a sure hope of replenishment, which is pleasant.

    Philebus

  • But DeLay, appearing on "Fox News Sunday" on Aug. 30 of that year, criticized the IMF financing bill, calling the replenishment of its funds "unfortunate" because the IMF was wrongly insisting on a Russian tax increase.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • "Our funds come mainly from the IDA (International Development Association) replenishment, which is coming from within the World Bank resources," the adviser said.

    The Daily Star

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