Definition of Impletes
1. implete [v] - See also: implete
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Literary usage of Impletes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Summer in England with Henry Ward Beecher: Giving the Addresses, Lectures by Henry Ward Beecher, James Burton Pond (1887)
"He impletes the heart, the soul with himself, and He is all in all. I believe in Jesus Christ—that is the whole thing. Now I wish to read the Bible :. but I ..."
2. Plymouth Pulpit: A Weekly Publication of Sermons Preached by Henry Ward Beecher by Henry Ward Beecher (1869)
"The mental power, the thought power, the spirit power, of the divine mind impletes the rational universe. This divine and universal effluence is the ..."
3. The Works of Orestes A. Brownson by Orestes Augustus Brownson, Henry Francis Brownson (1883)
"[The divine influence wider than the Divine Being!] The mental power, the thought-power, the Spirit-power, impletes the rational universe. ..."
4. Foregleams and Foreshadows of Immortality by Edmund Hamilton Sears (1884)
"The great renewal proceeds, not from without inward, but from within outward; and it does not reject nature or the natural Hfe, but impletes and glorifies ..."
5. Infantry Drill Regulations, United States Army by United States War Dept (1904)
"The relieving line c< impletes its deployment in rear of and moves up into or through the firing line, which is then marched to the rear and assembled on ..."
6. The Siege of Baltimore, and the Battle of la Tranche: With Other Original Poems by Angus Umphraville (1817)
"And moody grief impletes her tortur'd breast. She bath'd her locks in her dead Edwin's gore— Has reason fled—the maid of Baltimore f Thro' that fell field ..."