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fulfill to effect or bring to realization or completion. [4 definitions]
fulfilling causing a strong feeling of accomplishment or contentment.
fulfillment the condition or quality of being fulfilled; satisfaction. [2 definitions]
fulgent remarkably bright and shining; dazzling; radiant.
full1 unable to hold or contain any more. [8 definitions]
full2 to shrink and thicken (cloth) in manufacturing. [2 definitions]
fullback a football player who is stationed behind the quarterback and halfbacks, and often carries the ball. [3 definitions]
full-blooded descended from a pure stock, as of race or breed. [3 definitions]
full-blown at peak bloom. [2 definitions]
full-bodied characterized by fullness or richness of flavor.
full dress a set or style of clothes customarily worn for formal or ceremonial occasions, usu. including black tailcoats for men and long dresses for women.
fuller1 one who fulls cloth.
fuller2 a partly rounded tool that blacksmiths use to hammer grooves into iron. [2 definitions]
fullerene any of a class of carbon molecules having a roughly spherical or tubular shape.
fuller's earth a very absorbent clay used esp. in fulling woolen cloth and also as a filter, dusting powder, catalyst, and the like.
full-fashioned knitted so as to follow the lines of the body closely, as sweaters or stockings.
full-fledged completely developed; mature. [2 definitions]
full-frontal of nudity or presentation of the human form, revealing the entire front of the naked body. [2 definitions]
full-grown having attained full physical size and maturation; adult; mature.
full house in poker, a hand that contains three of a kind and a pair, such as three aces and two sixes.
full-length of the standard or normal length. [3 definitions]