Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being replete; fullness; repletion.

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

  • noun The state of being replete.

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

  • noun The state of being replete.

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Examples

  • And then there was that other thing, that niggling discontent that she had sensed in him, that unidentified something that lurked unseen at the back of his mind, gnawing at his subconscious like an insidious rodent, denying him physical repleteness and making peace of mind impossible.

    Tough Customer

  • He ate them, and continued to eat, past sufficiency to repleteness and on.

    Renegade's Magic

  • The full moon and the very repleteness of things aesthetic gave opportunity for those who were able to portray an attitude of indifference, to tell gravely how the radiance of the night fully exposed the convoy to the

    The Delta of the Triple Elevens The History of Battery D, 311th Field Artillery US Army, American Expeditionary Forces

  • The throng in the dining-room was thickening, and Bernald's efforts as purveyor were interrupted by frequent appeals, from ladies who had reached repleteness, that he should sit down a moment and tell them all about his interesting friend.

    Tales of Men and Ghosts

  • To say it was filled with mementos and _objets d'art_ hardly expresses the sense of repleteness.

    Vocal Mastery Talks with Master Singers and Teachers

  • If in his earlier tales he had not so transfused tragedy with the suave repleteness of his sense of beauty, he might have snatched a speedier popular recognition.

    A Study Of Hawthorne

  • If in his earlier tales he had not so transfused tragedy with the suave repleteness of his sense of beauty, he might have snatched a speedier popular recognition.

    A Study of Hawthorne

  • Intensely earnest as usual, he besought great ladies to let him have the overflow of their hothouses; and they classing it as another of the mystifications of a purse crazy for repleteness, inquired: 'But is it you we are to deal with?'

    The Amazing Marriage — Volume 3

  • They tell us that there is a constant tendency in the Book to accumulate excess of substance, and such repleteness, obscuring the glass it holds to mankind, renders us inexact in the recognition of our individual countenances: a perilous thing for civilization.

    The Egoist

  • Intensely earnest as usual, he besought great ladies to let him have the overflow of their hothouses; and they classing it as another of the mystifications of a purse crazy for repleteness, inquired: 'But is it you we are to deal with?'

    The Amazing Marriage — Complete

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