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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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In the midst of this choral dance, at the fifty-first pulsation, the inhabitants of the Universe pause in full career, and each individual sends forth his richest, fullest, sweetest strain.
When he had heard and comprehended all to the fullest extent, he replied that he was a royalist.
Thereupon he promoted Messer Ramiro d'Orco,[*] a swift and cruel man, to whom he gave the fullest power.
Happy days passed; and summer flowers were in their fullest beauty, when Bud bade the Fairies come with her.
Write to me in fullest detail, both concerning your mode of life, and concerning the people who live with you, and concerning how you fare with them.
From the very beginning-- from the first moment, I may almost say-- of my acquaintance with you, your manners, impressing me with the fullest belief of your arrogance, your conceit, and your selfish disdain of the feelings of others, were such as to form the groundwork of disapprobation on which succeeding events have built so immovable a dislike; and I had not known you a month before I felt that you were the last man in the world whom I could ever be prevailed on to marry.
One was a lady, graceful in form and fair of feature, though pale and troubled, and smitten with an untimely blight in what should have been the fullest bloom of her years; the other was an ancient and meanly-dressed woman, of ill-favored aspect, and so withered, shrunken, and decrepit, that even the space since she began to decay must have exceeded the ordinary term of human existence.
Every freak of prodigality was indulged to its fullest extent, and in a little while most of the trappers, having squandered away all their wages, and perhaps run knee-deep in debt, were ready for another hard campaign in the wilderness.
A ship may have left her port some time before; she may have been at sea, in the fullest sense of the phrase, for days; but, for all that, as long as the coast she was about to leave remained in sight, a southern-going ship of yesterday had not in the sailor's sense begun the enterprise of a passage.
The youngest man on board (barring the second mate), and untried as yet by a position of the fullest respon- sibility, I was willing to take the adequacy of the others for granted.
Arthur Donnithorne would take a good deal of trouble for the chance of seeing her; that he always placed himself at church so as to have the fullest view of her both sitting and standing; that he was constantly finding reason for calling at the Hall Farm, and always would contrive to say something for the sake of making her speak to him and look at him.
Lady Muriel and Arthur were evidently on those most delightful of terms, where one has no need to check thought after thought, as it rises to the lips, with the fear 'this will not be appreciated--this will give' offence-- this will sound too serious--this will sound flippant': like very old friends, in fullest sympathy, their talk rippled on.