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Adjective
Holding as much or as many as possible
“The bus was completely full and unable to take in any more passengers.”
Adjective
With all parts included
“The two winners will each receive a full set of the Puffin Poetry books.”
Adjective
Having eaten to one's limits or satisfaction
“After a lavish dinner, we ended up flopped on the settee feeling full and rather bloated.”
Adjective
Involving many activities
“I have lived a full life with many highs, and a few regrets.”
Adjective
Including many small descriptive features
“The prospectus contains full details of the degree courses offered.”
Adjective
Not available for use
“All the seats were full and there were people standing in the aisles.”
Adjective
(full of) Filled with or abounding in
“I feel full of energy after a good night's sleep.”
Adjective
To the highest degree
“A truck was seen driving at full speed through army-controlled checkpoints on the edges of the small village.”
Adjective
(of a person'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.”
Adjective
Having an excess of body fat
“Decades of gluttony would manifest itself in his full face.”
Adjective
Powerful or rich in volume and sound
“A full reverberation erupted from the speakers as Joe strummed his guitar.”
Adjective
(of a flavor or color) Rich or intense
“I love the full flavor of livers and think of them as a veritable treat.”
Adjective
(of a garment) Cut generously with gathers or folds or so as to fit loosely
“The third gown was a very fashionable emerald green, with a squared neck and a full skirt.”
Adverb
Exactly as stated or indicated
“Gergiev marched boldly forward throughout, looking fate full in the face.”
Adverb
To a great extent or degree
“They are willing to throw everything into the hazard, knowing full well that their lives are at risk.”
Noun
A complete amount of something
“The invoice has been paid in full.”
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