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full

adjective abounding, abundant, affluent, baggy, brimful, brimming over, charged, chock-full, comprehensive, crammed, detailed, entire, entirely occupied, exhaustive, filled, filled to utmost capacity, flush, fraught, glutted, gorged, imbued, integer, laden, loaded, mature, maximum, occupied, overflowing, packed, plenary, plenus, plethoric, replete, repletus, rich, sated, satiated, satisfied, saturated, soaked, stuffed, swollen, teeming, total, unabridged, well-provided, well-stocked, well-supplied, whole
Associated concepts: full amount, full and true value, full cash value, full consideration, full control, full faith and credit, full hearing, full opportunity to be heard, full payyent, full performance, full satisfaction, full settlement, fulllime employment
See also: absolute, broad, complete, comprehensive, copious, gross, inclusive, intact, orotund, outright, plenary, populous, profuse, replete, ripe, thorough, total, unlimited, unmitigated, unqualified
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Like a mob of young collegians, they are full of fight, fun, and wickedness, tumbling round the world at such a reckless, rollicking rate, that no prudent underwriter would insure them any more than he would a riotous lad at Yale or Harvard.
They'll crack old Tony on the skull, And preach and roar like Bashan bull, Or braying ass, of mischief full, Then seize old Jacob by the wool, And pull for heavenly union.
There was a woman with a cancer in her breast, swelled to a monstrous size, full of holes, in two or three of which I could have easily crept, and covered my whole body.
Then the King had to send again and again to fetch his treasures, which the strong man shoved into the sack, and the sack was only half full.
It was most kind to Timmy Tiptoes; it lent him its nightcap; and the house was full of provisions.
Suddenly I came to myself and, with that strange instinct which seems ever to prompt me to my duty, I seized the cudgel, which had fallen to the floor at the commencement of the battle, and swinging it with all the power of my earthly arms I crashed it full upon the head of the ape, crushing his skull as though it had been an eggshell.
Alexander, the younger brother, was sickly, clever, fond of books and drawing, and full of satirical remarks.
Accordingly, as we went along I gathered any sticks or dried grass I saw, and presently had my arms full of such litter.
The sun is ever full and bright, The pale moon waneth night by night.
I am full of gratitude towards you--I am indeed full for all that you have done for me, I am most sensible of your goodness; but, to think that I should be forced to see that, in spite of your own troubles (of which I have been the involuntary cause), you live for me alone--you live but for MY joys and MY sorrows and MY affection
They had not proceeded far, however, before they saw a party of horsemen, galloping full tilt toward them.
Happy he who, like Ulysses, has made an adventurous voyage; and there is no such sea for adventurous voyages as the Mediterranean - the inland sea which the ancients looked upon as so vast and so full of wonders.