I thought that replete could be used as a verb meaning something like "refill" because of the other verbs sharing the same root plere, such as complete or deplete, which are used as verbs without question. But I found in the dictionary that replete is actually only used as an adjective, meaning "filled."
Do sentences like these make no sense to you?
Please replete the bowl.
The water was repleted in the pool.
She repletes my empty heart.
How come replete works only as an adjective?