Synonyms for depleted

Grammar : Adj
Spell : dih-pleet
Phonetic Transcription : dɪˈplit

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Définition of depleted

Origin :
  • 1807, back-formation from depletion. Related: Depleted; depleting.
  • adj consumed, exhausted
Example sentences :
  • Belated vacations and illness had depleted the training-school.
  • Extract from : « K » by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • If some resources have been depleted, other resources have been found to take their place.
  • Extract from : « Higher Education and Business Standards » by Willard Eugene Hotchkiss
  • The return of peace has left them with depleted purses and empty stores.
  • Extract from : « Morals of Economic Internationalism » by John A. Hobson
  • The North could replenish its depleted armies; the South could not.
  • Extract from : « The Land We Live In » by Henry Mann
  • How depleted are these battalions, many of them less than a hundred strong!
  • Extract from : « The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn » by Henry P. Johnston
  • Then if we can fill up our depleted ranks we'll be ready for him in the spring.
  • Extract from : « Washington Crossing the Delaware » by Henry Fisk Carlton
  • Evidently they could not be depended upon to replenish the depleted larder.
  • Extract from : « Sword and Pen » by John Algernon Owens
  • The longer he puts off attacking me, the more his treasury is depleted.
  • Extract from : « The Saracen: The Holy War » by Robert Shea
  • "You said nothing yet," replied the corporal, rescuing his depleted store.
  • Extract from : « Tam O' The Scoots » by Edgar Wallace
  • Moreover, their forces were being daily depleted by sickness and desertion.
  • Extract from : « With Spurs of Gold » by Frances Nimmo Greene

Antonyms for depleted

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