Sitting on the side of her bed, her gaze is downturned, replete with a combination of remorse, self-reproach, and despair.
President Obama's speech about America's fiscal future was replete with the rhetoric of "shared sacrifice."
Of course, every single county, from sea to shining sea, is a large data set, replete with a lot of noise.
And the Republican attacks on the health-care bill are replete with paranoia about rationing and death panels.
Africa is replete with grassroots opposition leaders who have been denied victory at the polls by defiant incumbents.
They are to them replete with love and happiness and sweet content.
The memorial of this excellent woman is short, but replete with instruction.
This plan was replete with hazard; but no alternative presenting itself, Andre reluctantly followed.
These were only light spells of heaviness, replete with vague charm that calmed her nerves.
replete with that information which can only be acquired by a man admitted within the inner circles of diplomacy.