Origin of replenish
OTHER WORDS FROM replenishre·plen·ish·er, nounre·plen·ish·ment, nounun·re·plen·ished, adjectivewell-re·plen·ished, adjective
How to use replenish in a sentence
Houston, which is down future assets after trading for Westbrook last year, could replenish its stockpile and still put out a somewhat respectable on-court product next season.NBA free agency tracker (plus trades): Warriors acquire Kelly Oubre; 76ers trade Al Horford to Thunder|Ben Golliver|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
The phosphine seemed to be too abundant to exist without some kind of source replenishing it.Doubts over a ‘possible sign of life’ on Venus show how science works|Lisa Grossman|October 28, 2020|Science News
This supply can be replenished in various ways, depending on the characteristics of the disease.
Potassium, an electrolyte lost through sweat, regulates your heartbeat and heart rhythm, Carberry says, so it’s important for backpackers to routinely replenish stores.
That same curve has been used to describe the depletion of groundwater in regions where water is replenished much too slowly for heavy use to be sustainable.Projecting “peak water” and “peak grain” for the US High Plains|Scott K. Johnson|October 6, 2020|Ars Technica
She is his place for replenishment, for grounding, for rest, and for joy.Joshua DuBois Got Schooled by Obama, the Marriage Counselor in Chief|Joshua DuBois|October 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But it is only after experience of replenishment that the mind will feel such desire.
Hence the above suggestion as to the replenishment of loss by evaporation with pure water is not perfectly satisfactory.The Sea Shore|William S. Furneaux
He handed butter and marmalade tenderly to his wife and carried his cup round to her for replenishment, instead of passing it.Married Life|May Edginton
But it turned out to be a small annual replenishment order of 130 muskets with a few rounds of powder and ball.
"Wool can't refuse you the regular quota of arms for annual replenishment," he said.