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Adjective
Holding as much or as many as possible
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“The bus was completely full and unable to take in any more passengers.”
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With all parts included
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“The two winners will each receive a full set of the Puffin Poetry books.”
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Having eaten to one's limits or satisfaction
“After a lavish dinner, we ended up flopped on the settee feeling full and rather bloated.”
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Involving many activities
“I have lived a full life with many highs, and a few regrets.”
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Having or including many small details or features
“The prospectus contains full details of the degree courses offered.”
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Not available for use
“All the seats were full and there were people standing in the aisles.”
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(full of) Filled with or abounding in
“I feel full of energy after a good night's sleep.”
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To the highest degree, or at the maximum capacity
“A truck was seen driving at full speed through army-controlled checkpoints on the edges of the small village.”
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(of a woman's figure or part of the body) Having a feminine figure that is plump or rounded
“With her blonde hair, blue eyes and full figure, Anya looks as if she has stepped out of a Soviet-era poster.”
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Having a surfeit of body fat
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“Decades of gluttony would manifest itself in his full face.”
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Powerful or rich in volume and sound
“A full reverberation erupted from the speakers as Joe strummed his guitar.”
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(of a flavor or color) Rich or intense
“I love the full flavor of livers and think of them as a veritable treat.”
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(of a garment) Cut generously with gathers or folds or so as to fit loosely
“The third gown was a fashionable emerald green, with a square neck, and a full skirt.”
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Not expurgated
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To an absolute degree
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Absolute and unquestioning
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Large in magnitude or number
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Exhausting all effort
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Finished or having been brought to an end
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Thorough, to a great degree, with intensity
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Full of life, spirit, energy, or movement
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Under the influence of alcohol
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Well off; not struggling financially
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Vast in quantity or number, profuse, abundant
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Having a melodious or harmonious sound
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Restricted to the person, group, or area concerned
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Detailed and complicated in design and planning, involving many carefully arranged elements
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Brightly colored
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Generous and tireless with one's contributions of time, money, etc.
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Being pillow-like, exhibiting swelling, inflated
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Tight as a tick
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Having reached complete biological maturity
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Of hair or clothing, full-bodied or puffy
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Reaching the ankles
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Fully-fledged
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(rare) Passionate and intensely comfortable
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Possessing supreme or ultimate power
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Done with or showing thought and attention
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Graceful and fluent
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Pure-blooded
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Having a shape that flares out
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In full bloom
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Not physically obstructed
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Having or appearing to have no limits
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Clear in meaning without uncertainty or ambiguity
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Having complete political power or control
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Known for certain
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Loudly vigorous and cheerful
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Giving clear and vividly explicit details
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Crowded or packed closely together
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Holding as much water or moisture as can be absorbed; thoroughly soaked
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Causing emotion, excitement, and enthusiasm
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Growing thickly
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Used to express anger, annoyance, or shock, or simply for emphasis
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Exactly as claimed
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Exactly as stated or indicated
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“Gergiev marched boldly forward throughout, looking fate full in the face.”
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To a great extent or degree
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“They are willing to throw everything into the hazard, knowing full well that their lives are at risk.”
Noun
The whole of something
“The invoice has been paid in full.”
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Any of several succulent plants, of the genus Sempervivum, having a rosette of fleshy leaves
Determiner
A sufficient amount of
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Complete, or the greatest possible
Verb
To make cloth (especially tweed in Scotland) denser and more felt-like by soaking and beating
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