- to furnish again with people.
- to restock with animals.
Origin of repeople
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Examples from the Web for repeople
It was necessary to repeople his capital and to attract others than Turks to it.The Turkish Empire, its Growth and Decay
But who is to rebuild Babylon and to repeople the land of the Assyrians?London
I eat them up with my eyes and repeople the heath with those who raised them.Children of the Mist
The king endeavoured to repeople the country by his conquests.The History of Sumatra
The "long array of shadows," the "beings of the mind," come to him "like truth," and repeople the vacancy.The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 2
George Gordon Byron