Verb: to fill with all things both wanted and purely good.
(present tense) repleting; (past tense) repleted.
(antonym) deplete or empty of all things both wanted and purely good.
I'm made speechless by your gifts and by you. You replete me, even in spite of missing the opportunity to have your morning kisses.
*This is a portion of an email sent after midnight baking went terribly wrong with expected obsticles as she cannot bake. She persevered and caught some sleep before taking the earliest ferry to his side of the water to leave the cookies at his door.
Graham's book is replete with wonderful stories about the famous people she has known.