Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not replenished; not filled; not adequately supplied.

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Examples

  • “This gets rid of the bad, unreplenished blood in your body and stops the cell damage,” Ralph explains as he pops some gnocchi fra diablo sautéed in a spicy red sauce into his mouth.

    I’m Working on That

  • “This gets rid of the bad, unreplenished blood in your body and stops the cell damage,” Ralph explains as he pops some gnocchi fra diablo sautéed in a spicy red sauce into his mouth.

    I’m Working on That

  • “This gets rid of the bad, unreplenished blood in your body and stops the cell damage,” Ralph explains as he pops some gnocchi fra diablo sautéed in a spicy red sauce into his mouth.

    I’m Working on That

  • “This gets rid of the bad, unreplenished blood in your body and stops the cell damage,” Ralph explains as he pops some gnocchi fra diablo sautéed in a spicy red sauce into his mouth.

    I’m Working on That

  • He was as miserably isolated now as he had been when the service began–more isolated by reason of his unreplenished emptiness, his dead satiety.

    Brave New World

  • There is complete ignominy in an unreplenished, mechanised life.

    Women in Love

  • The fire, having remained unreplenished for some time, had subsided to a considerable extent, when one of the embers fell apart and caused such a displacement of the burning wood that the light flared up and penetrated with its former vigor beyond the tree which sheltered the sentinel.

    Two Boys in Wyoming A Tale of Adventure (Northwest Series, No. 3)

  • In the plenitude of youthful health and strength, was his life to ebb away, like an unreplenished stream, flowing into nothingness?

    Fairy Fingers A Novel

  • [deleted] it still survived to the delight of her friends and surprise of all, with her status unimpaired, her missionaries all well; her native church though small, yet vigorous; her operations enlarged, her property intact and her treasury though unreplenished for more than four years, liable for less than a thousand taels.

    Letter from Young John Allen to Dr. McFerrinJuly 19 1866

  • [deleted] friends and foes, with her status still unimpaired, her missionaries all well, her native church though small yet vigorous, her operations enlarged, her property intact, and her treasury though unreplenished for more than four years, liable for less than a thousand taels.

    Letter from Young John Allen to Dr. McFerrin [Revision]July 19, 1866

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