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replete (adjective) ra-PLEET
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Completely filled, full; amply or fully equipped.
After a leisurely meal it was out into the sun-drenched streets again, replete and relaxed, in boisterous good-natured company, for an excellent coffee and a cigar.
Replete with General Patton-style sunglasses, helmet and swagger stick, Clark routinely arrested demonstrators with the help of an electric cattle prod.
Seymour, working from a trunk of papers and a couple of Hellé’s old scrapbooks, has resuscitated a world replete with sleek cars, spectacular crashes, and scads of lovers.
he New Yorker
, 17 January 2005,
The New Yorker
reviewing Miranda Seymour's
Bugatti Queen: In Search of a French Racing Legend
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