English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'replete'

(adjective) 
Definition
well supplied
The harbour was replete with boats.
Synonyms
filled
,
stuffed
,
jammed
,
crammed
,
abounding
a garden abounding with colour
,
brimming
,
teeming
The area is usually teeming with tourists.
,
glutted
,
well-stocked
, ,
well-provided
,
chock-full
, ,
full to bursting
,
charged
Opposites
(adjective) 
Definition
pleasantly full of food and drink
replete after a heavy lunch
Synonyms
sated
,
full
It's healthy to stop eating when I'm full.
,
gorged
,
full up
,
satiated
Opposites
, , , ,
esurient

Additional synonyms

in the sense of abounding
a garden abounding with colour
Synonyms
filled,
well-provided,
well-supplied,
two a penny,
thick on the ground,
bounteous,
superabundant,
in the sense of full
Definition
having consumed enough food or drink
It's healthy to stop eating when I'm full.
Synonyms
satiated,
having had enough,
sated
in the sense of teeming
The area is usually teeming with tourists.
Synonyms
crawling,
swarming,
bristling,
brimming,
chock-full,
chock-a-block

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