1. Capable or admitting of being put back into a place.

2. Admitting of having its place supplied by a like thing or an equivalent; as, the lost book is replaceable.

3. (Chem.) Capable of being replaced or of being exchanged (for); as, the hydrogen of acids is replaceable by metals or by basic radicals.

(Re*place"ment) n.

1. The act of replacing.

2. (Crystallog.) The removal of an edge or an angle by one or more planes.

(Re*plait") v. t. To plait or fold again; to fold, as one part over another, again and again.

(Re*plant") v. t. To plant again.

(Re*plant"a*ble) a. That may be planted again.

(Re`plan*ta"tion) n. The act of planting again; a replanting. [R.] Hallywell.

(Re*plead") v. t. & i. To plead again.

(Re*plead"er) n. (Law) A second pleading, or course of pleadings; also, the right of pleading again.

Whenever a repleader is granted, the pleadings must begin de novo.

(Re*plen"ish) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Replenished (-?sht); p. pr. & vb. n. Replenishing.] [OE. replenissen, OF. replenir; L. pref. re- re- + plenus full. See Full, -ish, and cf. Replete.]

1. To fill again after having been diminished or emptied; to stock anew; hence, to fill completely; to cause to abound.

Multiply and replenish the earth.
Gen. i. 28.

The waters thus
With fish replenished, and the air with fowl.

2. To finish; to complete; to perfect. [Obs.]

We smothered
The most replenished sweet work of nature.

(Re*plen"ish), v. i. To recover former fullness. [Obs.]

The humors will not replenish so soon.

(Re*plen"ish*er) n. One who replenishes.

(Re*plen"ish*ment) n.

1. The act of replenishing, or the state of being replenished.

2. That which replenishes; supply. Cowper.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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