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re·plen·ish / riˈplenish/ • v. [tr.] fill (something) up again: he replenished Justin's glass with mineral water. ∎  restore (a stock or supply of something) to the former level or condition: all creatures need sleep to replenish their energies. DERIVATIVES: re·plen·ish·er n. re·plen·ish·ment n.

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replenish
A. (obs. or arch.) fill or stock abundantly XIV;

B. fill up again XVII. f. repleniss-, lengthened stem of OF. replenir, f. RE- + plenir, f. plein :- L. plēnus FULL; see -ISH2.

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replenish

replenishbanish, clannish, mannish, Spanish, tannish, vanish •garnish, tarnish, varnish •replenish, Rhenish •Danish •cleanish, greenish •diminish, finish, Finnish, thinnish •swinish •admonish, astonish, donnish •Cornish •brownish, clownish, townish •buffoonish, cartoonish, soonish •Hunnish, nunnish, punish •maidenish • hoydenish • paganish •womanish • vixenish • kittenish •heathenish •burnish, furnish •longish, strongish •youngish •Lappish, snappish •dampish, scampish, trampish, vampish •sharpish • apish •cheapish, sheepish, steepish •blimpish, impish, wimpish •foppish • waspish • uppish •frumpish, grumpish, lumpish, plumpish •parish •cherish, perish •bearish, fairish, garish, squarish •nightmarish • Irish •moreish, whorish •flourish, nourish •nearish, queerish •sourish •boorish, Moorish •gibberish • Micawberish • vulturish •spiderish • vigorish • vinegarish •tigerish • ogreish • Quakerish •lickerish, liquorice (US licorice) •ochreish (US ocherish) •vapourish (US vaporish) • viperish •spinsterish • Pooterish • amateurish •feverish • liverish • impoverish •minxish • niceish • coarsish • closish

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