• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Repletive Tending to make replete; filling.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • repletive Causing repletion.
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  • (Decimus Junius Juvenalis) Juvenal
    (Decimus Junius Juvenalis) Juvenal
    “How incessant and great are the ills with which a prolonged old age is replete.”


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Cf. F. réplétif,


In literature:

When the horses were replete after their midday meal we loaded up, adding to our numbers a taciturn man who sat on the box.
"The Luck of Thirteen" by Jan Gordon
It was the country residence of an Egyptian gentleman, and was, no doubt, replete with all the modern conveniences of the period.
"Round-about Rambles in Lands of Fact and Fancy" by Frank Richard Stockton
It was 'replete with every comfort.
"Masques & Phases" by Robert Ross
It may not be a nice expression, but we were literally forced to eat to an uncomfortable state of repletion.
"The Land of the Black Mountain" by Reginald Wyon
It is replete with evidences of this, or even of an earlier, period.
"A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, Volume Three" by Thomas Frognall Dibdin
To our taste the following is replete with poetry.
"The Germ" by Various
When there was plenty of food he gorged to repletion, heedless of the starvation which might be his fate to-morrow or the day after.
"The Evolution of Love" by Emil Lucka
You will now see human life more replete with power and activity.
"Consolations in Travel or, the Last Days of a Philosopher" by Humphrey Davy
I should have died of a sort of mental repletion!
"The Diary of an Ennuyée" by Anna Brownell Jameson
They are replete with classical ideas, ignoble and fantastic, but the art is still Renaissance.
"Donatello" by David Lindsay, Earl of Crawford

In poetry:

Thou God-idea, Life-encrowned,
The Bethlehem babe--
Beloved, replete, by flesh embound--
Was but thy shade!
"Christmas Morn" by Mary Baker Eddy
And gay or sad the music,
With subtle charm replete;
I found in after years, love
'Twas you that made it sweet.
"An Old Memory" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
At life's most testing moment, when
the grieving heart's replete,
a prayer that is most potent then
I call up and repeat.
"Prayer" by Mikhail Yuryevich Lermontov
For all the Commons of the land
Then pray unto the Lord above,
That each may in his calling stand,
Replete with loyalty and love.
"Advice, Before Prayer" by Rees Prichard
No angel above, though their number's so great,
Though with strength and honour so very replete,
Can save one poor soul, that from virtue has stray'd,
'Till our Saviour himself comes to give us his aid.
"Another Piece Of Advice To Sinners To Come To Christ" by Rees Prichard
When Jesus Christ, with glory great,
And ev'ry kind of pow'r replete,
To judge us sev'rally, shall quit the sky —
What human face shall not turn white?
What heart not shudder with affright,
When he Christ's sign in heav'n aloft shall spy?
"To The Sons Of Brutus" by Rees Prichard

In news:

Arnold Schwarzenegger's public confessional is on full display this week, replete with lingering pauses, downcast eyes and apologies for the grand betrayal of his wife and children.
If Losing Control has too much of a girl-com TV vibe about it - and it does, replete with wacky pals, bad blind dates, and perilously upbeat music cues - it also has smarts.
Colin Britt and Arianne Abela arranged a full-on orchestral rendition of the song replete with glockenspiels, violas and violins.
It was a breezy recent evening in Florence as Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu walked to the podium in his crisp, dark uniform, which included a Smokey hat replete with a gold star pinned to its front.
Commentator Gary Joiner takes us on a journey down the yellow brick road, replete with historical references.
With the exception of those words, the former Alaska governor's statement was remarkable for its careful calibration - replete with references to "the greatness of our country" and other rhetoric likely to resonate with her base.
Broad, quirky and replete with guy-centric gross-out humor, Cop Out is a goofy take on an old scenario with just enough laughs to keep it chugging along to its predictable end.
Breaking down Washington's annual rite of spring, replete with story, video and photo gallery.
The agreed change replete with scales.
Westchester is replete with famous mothers and their equally accomplished kids.
Dorothy Samuels's legally inept op-ed defending the HHS mandate is replete with other distortions.
WASHINGTON — President Obama is given to big events at big moments, replete with stirring speeches, lofty backdrops and stadium-size crowds.
Current administration policy is replete with examples of quickly enacted efforts whose consequences led to the opposite effect.
The standard model at regional light-opera companies is a virile traveling baritone, replete with a bravura macho personality to match his massive pipes.
History is replete with peaceful role models like the "Frontier Gandhi" of colonial India.

In science:

X, Y ) = c(Y , X )−1 ∀Y ∈ Ob j C , one easily sees that Z2 (C ) is stable w.r.t. isomorphisms (thus replete), direct sums, retractions, tensor products and duals, the inherited braiding obviously being symmetric.
From Subfactors to Categories and Topology II. The quantum double of tensor categories and subfactors
For monoidal categories we require in addition that 1 is simple. A subcategory of a semisimple category is called semisimple if it is closed w.r.t. direct sums and retractions, thus in particular replete (stable under isomorphisms).
From Subfactors to Categories and Topology II. The quantum double of tensor categories and subfactors
Obviously the subcategory Z2 (C ) is symmetric, contains the monoidal unit and is stable w.r.t. direct sums, retractions (in particular isomorphisms, thus replete) and duals.
From Subfactors to Categories and Topology II. The quantum double of tensor categories and subfactors
Lemma 7.1 I (C ) and ˜I (C ) are replete ful l subcategories of Z1 (C ).
From Subfactors to Categories and Topology II. The quantum double of tensor categories and subfactors
The properties of the braiding imply that C ∩ A′ is monoidal and stable under isomorphisms (thus replete), direct sums, retractions and two-sided duals.
From Subfactors to Categories and Topology II. The quantum double of tensor categories and subfactors