replete

Replete means full, often in a satisfying way. "The library was replete with bound first editions, and Lucy, a bookworm, was happier there than any place else."

Replete shares a root with the word plenty. When you have plenty of cookies and cake, you can say your table is replete with goodies. Another cousin of replete is replenish. When your cabinets are bare, you go to the store to replenish them. When you unpack your groceries, your pantry is replete with essentials.

Definitions of replete
1

adj filled to satisfaction with food or drink

Synonyms:
full
nourished
being provided with adequate nourishment

adj (followed by `with')deeply filled or permeated

“it is replete with misery”
Synonyms:
instinct
full
containing as much or as many as is possible or normal

v fill to satisfaction

Synonyms:
fill, sate, satiate
Types:
cloy, pall
cause surfeit through excess though initially pleasing
Type of:
consume, have, ingest, take, take in
serve oneself to, or consume regularly

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