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 for repletion
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Repletion \Re*ple"tion\ (r?-pl?"sh?n), n. [L. repletio a filling
     up: cf. F. r['e]pl['e]tion. See Replete.]
     1. The state of being replete; superabundant fullness.
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              The tree had too much repletion, and was oppressed
              with its own sap.                     --Bacon.
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              Repleccioun [overeating] ne made her never sick.
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     2. (Med.) Fullness of blood; plethora.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

      n 1: the state of being satisfactorily full and unable to take
           on more [syn: repletion, satiety, satiation]
      2: eating until excessively full [syn: repletion, surfeit]

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  97 Moby Thesaurus words for "repletion":
     abundance, affluence, ample sufficiency, ampleness, amplitude,
     avalanche, bellyful, bonanza, bountifulness, bountiousness,
     bumper crop, congestion, copiousness, engorgement, extravagance,
     exuberance, fertility, fill, flood, flood tide, flow, foison, full,
     full measure, fullness, generosity, generousness, glut,
     great abundance, great plenty, gush, high tide, high water,
     hyperemia, impletion, landslide, lavishness, liberality,
     liberalness, lots, luxuriance, maximum, more than enough, much,
     myriad, myriads, numerousness, opulence, opulency, outpouring,
     overbrimming, overburden, overcharge, overflow, overfreight,
     overfullness, overload, overspill, overweight, plenitude,
     plenteousness, plentifulness, plenty, plethora, prevalence,
     prodigality, productiveness, profuseness, profusion, quantities,
     repleteness, rich harvest, rich vein, richness, riot, riotousness,
     satiation, satiety, satisfaction, saturatedness, saturation,
     saturation point, scads, shower, skinful, snootful, spate,
     spring tide, stream, substantiality, substantialness,
     superabundance, supersaturation, surcharge, surfeit, teemingness,

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