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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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But one evening when the moon was full they sat together watching their flocks, and the shepherd played upon his flute.
Until Sir Henry uttered these words I do not think that the full horror of what had happened had come home to us, preoccupied as we were with the sight of poor Foulata's end.
Probably somebody had tried to serve the poor old Dom in the same way, when he abandoned the skin full of jewels.
The Trojans had gathered round Ulysses like ravenous mountain jackals round the carcase of some horned stag that has been hit with an arrow--the stag has fled at full speed so long as his blood was warm and his strength has lasted, but when the arrow has overcome him, the savage jackals devour him in the shady glades of the forest.
With this he lashed his goodly steeds, and when they felt the whip they drew the chariot full speed among the Achaeans and Trojans, over the bodies and shields of those that had fallen: the axle was bespattered with blood, and the rail round the car was covered with splashes both from the horses' hoofs and from the tyres of the wheels.
The place was packed as full of smells as a bale is of cotton.
He brought a tin cup full, and sweetened it with molasses.
March could only stretch out her arms, as if to gather children and grandchildren to herself, and say, with face and voice full of motherly love, gratitude, and humility.
Her glances were not given in full, but out of the corners, so quietly, so stealthily, yet I think I lost not one.
The red stain upon my point roused to its full the old blood-lust of the fighting man that has ever been so strong within my breast, so that my blade flew through the air with a swiftness and deadly accuracy that threw the two remaining therns into wild despair.
A single sweeping circle of my own blade caught the flying weapon and hurled it clattering against the far wall, and then, as I sidestepped my antagonist's impetuous rush, I let him have my point full in the stomach as he hurtled by.
The whole wood was full of the stir and cries of them.