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full professor a teacher of the highest rank at a college or university.
full sail the total number of sails a ship's masts can carry. [3 definitions]
full-scale of a copy or model, having the same dimensions as the original; not reduced. [2 definitions]
full-size of the standard size, rather than smaller. [2 definitions]
full stop a punctuation mark (.) used to indicate the end of a sentence or abbreviation.
full-time involving or working the standard number of working hours per week, typically forty hours in the U.S.
fully thoroughly or completely; totally. [2 definitions]
fulminate to vehemently denounce or criticize something (often fol. by "against"). [4 definitions]
fulmination a vehement denunciation or other verbal attack. [2 definitions]
fulminic acid an unstable acid, the salts of which are used in explosives.
fulsome offensive, esp. because of excessiveness or insincerity.
fumble to grope about awkwardly, nervously, or clumsily. [6 definitions]
fume (often pl.) a vapor, smoke, odor, or the like, esp. one that is disagreeable or unhealthful. [6 definitions]
fumet a rich broth made by boiling the bones of fish or chicken with wine and herbs.
fumigant any chemical used to fumigate, as in order to disinfect or to kill pests.
fumigate to expose to smoke or chemical fumes, esp. for the purpose of disinfecting or exterminating pests.
fumy filled with, giving off, or resembling fumes.
fun something that gives amusement, pleasure, or enjoyment.
Funafuti the capital of Tuvalu.
funambulist a person who performs or walks on a tightrope.
function the purpose or role that an object or person fulfills or is suited for, or a typical action or activity carried out in fulfillment of a role. [5 definitions]