Replete in a Sentence
Definition of Replete
having much or plenty of something
Use Replete in a sentence
History is replete with examples of the dangers of war.
Although the lemonade was replete with sugar and water, it still had a bitter taste.
The twelve bedroom house is replete with five bedrooms.
If you do not download the new version of the software, your computer will be replete with error messages.
I received a low score on my essay because the paper was replete with mistakes.
Even though the cake was replete with chocolate frosting and nuts, I still did not like the taste of it.
Because the museum is replete with valuable paintings, it is guarded twenty-four hours a day.
Nobody believed the witness because her testimony was replete with lies.
Although the author’s fables are replete with lessons for young people, they are not very entertaining stories.
These days the most popular books are replete with supernatural creatures.
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filled, overflowing, loaded, packed, brimming, crowded
empty, lacking, incomplete