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Reprehensible and Replete

Difficult Words: Reprehensible and Replete

Replete (ri PLEET) adj: completely filled, abounding

The once polluted stream was now replete with fish of every description.

The bride wore a magnificent sombrero replete with fuzzy dice and campaign buttons.

Tony ate all nine courses at the wedding banquet. He was filled to the point of repletion.

Reprehensible (REP ri HEN suh bul) adj: worthy of blame or censure

He put the cat in the laundry chute, tied the dog to the chimney and committed several other reprehensible acts.

Malcolm's manners were reprehensible. He ate his soup by drinking it from his empty wineglass and flipped his peas into his mouth with the back of his salad fork.

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