repletion

Part of speech: noun

Fulness; satiety.

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Usage examples "repletion":

  1. Carpets sewn in cotton against moths, and rugs in long rolls; the piano hovering under its ample frame a whole brood of helpless little guitars, mandolins, and banjos, and supporting on its broad back a bulk of lighter cases to the fire- proof ceiling of the cell; paintings in boxes indistinguishable outwardly from their companioning mirrors; barrels of china and kitchen utensils, and all the what- not of householding and house- keeping contribute to the repletion. - "Short Stories and Essays From "Literature and Life"", William Dean Howells.
  2. The king soon began to get flushed and the reaction of the blood to his face announced that the moment of repletion had arrived. - "Louise de la Valliere", Alexandre Dumas, Pere.
  3. Every tender- hearted smoker is familiar with the appeal, by day and by night, and remembers pangs of regret he has felt when the want of ha'pence or the repletion of his match- box has prevented his much- besought response. - "Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce", E. R. Billings.