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by sbrain

Depletable

de;plete pronunciation: function: transitive verb inflected form(s): de;plet;ed; de;plet;ingetymology: latin depletus, past participle of deplēre, from de- + plēre to fill — more at fulldate: 1807 1 : to empty of a principal substance2 : to lessen markedly in quantity, content, power, or value— de;plet;able adjective — de;plet;er noun — de;ple;tion noun — de;ple;tive adjective synonyms deplete, drain, exhaust, impoverish, bankrupt mean to deprive of something essential to existence or potency. deplete implies a reduction in number or quantity so as to endanger the ability to function lt;depleting our natural resourcesgt;. drain implies a gradual withdrawal and ultimate deprivation of what is necessary to an existence lt;personal tragedy had drained him of all spiritgt;. exhaust stresses a complete emptying lt;her lecture exhausted the subjectgt;. impoverish suggests a deprivation of something essential to richness or productiveness lt;impoverished soilgt;. bankrupt suggests impoverishment to the point of imminent collapse lt;war had bankrupted the nation of resourcesgt;.
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by sbrain | 2012-12-26 08:47