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Word: replete

Definition: fully filled; filled to the brim or to the point of being stuffed; abundantly supplied; Ex. report replete with errors


Sentences Containing 'replete'

"Fly by Night" (1975), Rush's first album after recruiting Peart, saw the inclusion of the band's first epic mini-tale "By-Tor and the Snow Dog", replete with complex arrangements and multi-section format.
(This character was a riff on Blades from "Dawn of the Dead" replete with the same costume.)
Alison Darren's "Lesbian Film Guide" is much more positive, stating ""You Rang, M'Lord?" gave us the wonderful Cissy (...replete with monacle and a series of beautifully tailored suits)."
Doctor Mell, in a speech replete with feeling, then proposed "Our distinguished Guest, the ornament of our town.
How grievous then was the thought that, of a situation so desirable in every respect, so replete with advantage, so promising for happiness, Jane had been deprived, by the folly and indecorum of her own family!
However, he becomes obsessed with his latest musical project (replete with theremin) and becomes a self-destructive recluse.
In the "Urantia Book", Havona is "the central universe, … an existential, perfect, and replete universe surrounding the home of the eternal Deities, the center of all things" (Urantia Foundation 1955, 360).
The "Rocket" (a Northwest music-related newspaper), the "Seattle Weekly" and the "University of Washington Daily" all printed good reviews, the UW Daily saying: ""This four-piece blends the conventions of 'interesting' music, replete with complex structures and difficult-sounding parts, with the undeniable pop-rock sensibility.
The flowering of genetics and molecular biology in the 20th century is replete with famous names.
The vocals are replete with moaning and heavy breathing, predating Donna Summer's orgasmic moans on "Love to Love You Baby".
When ample glucose is available, glycogen synthesis proceeds at the periphery of the hepatocytes until the cells are replete with glycogen. Excess glucose is then increasingly converted into triglycerides for export and storage in adipose tissue.
When ingested by beetles, these larvae use their hooks and secretory glands to penetrate the gut of the beetle and enter the haemocoel where they undergo complete metamorphosis into cysticercoid larvae, replete with an adult scolex, ready for establishment in the final host. Cytology.

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