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fill

(Pervade), verb diffuse, extend throughout, imbue, infuse, leave no void, occupy, penetrate, perfuse, saturate, spread throughout

fill

(Sell out), verb fill to capacity, fill to overrlowing, fill to the brim, fill up, jam in, overfill, pack in, stuff in, supply, swell with a crowd

fill

(Supply), verb appoint, choose, elect, furnish, lay in or by, name, outfit, provide, refill, renew, replenish, stock, store
Associated concepts: fill an order under the UniformCommercial Code
See also: fulfill, imbue, impact, load, penetrate, permeate, pervade, replenish, satisfy
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Suddenly the music grew louder and sweeter, and the Fairies knelt, and bowed their heads, as on through the crowd of loving subjects came the Queen, while the air was filled with gay voices singing to welcome her.
And with busy love toiled the Elves amid the withered leaves, and new strength was given to the flower; while, as day by day the friendless child watered the growing buds, deeper grew her love for the unseen friends who had given her one thing to cherish in her lonely home; sweet, gentle thoughts filled her heart as she bent above it, and the blossom's fragrant breath was to her a whispered voice of all fair and lovely things; and as the flower taught her, so she taught others.
They told pleasant tales, and sang their sweetest songs to cheer and gladden, while the dim cells grew bright with the sunlight, and fragrant with the flowers the loving Elves had brought, and by their gentle teachings those sad, despairing hearts were filled with patient hope and earnest longing to win back their lost innocence and joy.
Soon the bright hall was filled with smiling faces and fair forms, and little Eva, as she stood beside the Queen, thought she had never seen a sight so lovely.
Cresting seas filled me a foot or so with water, but I laughed at it sloshing about my feet, and chanted my disdain for the wind and the water.
First of all, there was no food there of the kind we ate; and next, those rocky hills were filled with the lairs of carnivorous beasts.
He walked to the brook, filled his shoe with water, and once more sprinkled the ground which covered the gold pieces.
The King retorted that her opposition filled him with despair, but that he hoped to carry her to a place where all around would respect her, and where every pleasure would surround her.
Immediately he took the shape of a harpy, and, filled with rage, was determined to devour his son, and even the Princess too, if only he could overtake them.
Slowly Tara, surrounded by a heavy guard of honor, moved along the marble corridors filled with people.
The guests spoke together in low whispers until the room was filled with the hum of many voices.
And then once more the doors from The Hall of Chiefs swung wide and the men of Manator turned to see another figure standing upon the threshold--a mighty figure of a man with white skin, and black hair, and gray eyes that glittered now like points of steel and behind him The Hall of Chiefs was filled with fighting men wearing the harness of far countries.