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full1

full1

 
 
pronunciation:
fUl
parts of speech:
adjective, adverb, noun
phrases:
in full, to the full
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part of speech: adjective
inflections: fuller, fullest
definition 1: unable to hold or contain any more.
full pockets
synonyms:
brimming, filled
antonyms:
empty
similar words:
brimful, chock-full, jam-packed, loaded, packed, pregnant, stuffed
definition 2: containing a great many.
full of mistakes
synonyms:
replete, rich, rife
antonyms:
devoid, void
similar words:
abundant, flush, heaping, thick
definition 3: complete; abundant.
a full life
synonyms:
complete, whole
antonyms:
incomplete
similar words:
all, broad, flush, perfect, rich, round, satisfying, thick
definition 4: pervaded by; filled with.
full of misery
synonyms:
permeated, pervaded, rife
antonyms:
blank, vacant, void
similar words:
fraught with, instinct, pregnant, resonant
definition 5: of the largest size.
a full load of coal
synonyms:
complete, entire, whole
similar words:
intact, integral, perfect, plenary, total
definition 6: being in the condition of having eaten plenty of food; no longer hungry.
I'm so full that I can't eat another bite.
antonyms:
hungry
 
part of speech: adverb
inflections: fuller, fullest
definition: completely; exactly.
a slap full in the face
synonyms:
absolutely, completely, directly, entirely, exactly, precisely, quite, right, straight, totally, wholly
similar words:
very
 
part of speech: noun
definition: the greatest extent or degree.
synonyms:
maximum, tiptop, ultimate, utmost
similar words:
capacity, limit, top
phrase: in full
phrase: to the full
derivation: fullness (n.)
Word Builder: full +
  • fully:
    in full; so as to be complete.