Adimpleate


1. V. To fill up

2. V. To make complete and whole

This word is an old one from the 17th century, originating in the Latin adimplere, which means “to fill”. The second usage is by far the more interesting one and originates in the religious use of the term, referring to the holy spirit, and so forth.

Example: “To adimpleate the sack, one uses a special nozzle.” or “Nothing adimpleates my good mood better than a warm beverage.”

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