replete - vocabulary

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Full to the uttermost, abundantly provided or supplied, filled with; complete, as in a legal brief replete in its citations to authority.
The highway is replete with culinary land mines disguised as quaint local restaurants that carry such reassuring names as Millie’s, Pop’s and Capt’n Dick’s.

—Bryan Miller “Never Eat at Mom’s” New York Times, July 16, 1983