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I've looked up "replicit" and it's not a word, or so I can tell. But I could swear that there's a word that sounds like "rep licit" which means "full of" or "abundant." "Rimplicit"? Nope. Does anyone know what the word might be?

  • I thought the same about replicit, as an actual word...meaning abundant. If not, it should be a word. It just sounds right. Re- meaning again or over, and licit meaning lawful or to make legal or make tangible. Resplendent meaning rich, lush, etc. – user366712 Nov 8 '19 at 13:55
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You're probably thinking of replete, which fits with the definition you give. For example, one could say that a speech was replete with sentimentality.

  • Aha! "Replete" is exactly the word I'm looking for! – kalaracey Oct 7 '11 at 13:23
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I think you're thinking of requisite. I do transcription and I have a dictator that every time she says the word it sounds like replicit. I know this was from years ago, but just in case anybody else has trouble with this word, there it is.

  • "Requisite" does not mean "full of" or "abundant." – michael.hor257k May 4 '17 at 18:45
  • Similarly, resplendent means impressive, rich and glorious. – Yosef Baskin May 4 '17 at 18:59

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