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Synonyms for full

Synonyms for full

lacking nothing essential or normal

not more or less

not deviating from correctness, accuracy, or completeness

characterized by attention to detail

of full measure; not narrow or restricted

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the time when the Moon is fully illuminated

beat for the purpose of cleaning and thickening

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make (a garment) fuller by pleating or gathering

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increase in phase

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containing as much or as many as is possible or normal

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constituting the full quantity or extent

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complete in extent or degree and in every particular

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filled to satisfaction with food or drink

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(of sound) having marked deepness and body

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having the normally expected amount

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being at a peak or culminating point

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having ample fabric

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to the greatest degree or extent

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References in classic literature ?
Presently it flared up and showed the whole scene in strong relief, the great mass of white tusks, the boxes of gold, the corpse of the poor Foulata stretched before them, the goat-skin full of treasure, the dim glimmer of the diamonds, and the wild, wan faces of us three white men seated there awaiting death by starvation.
Any one else would hardly have been able to lift it from the table when it was full, but Nestor could do so quite easily.
Neleus was angered by what he had both said and done, and took great value in return, but he divided the rest, that no man might have less than his full share.
Thus did we order all things, and offer sacrifices to the gods throughout the city; but three days afterwards the Epeans came in a body, many in number, they and their chariots, in full array, and with them the two Moliones in their armour, though they were still lads and unused to fighting.
He laid him at full length and cut out the sharp arrow from his thigh; he washed the black blood from the wound with warm water; he then crushed a bitter herb, rubbing it between his hands, and spread it upon the wound; this was a virtuous herb which killed all pain; so the wound presently dried and the blood left off flowing.
Harvey drank in silence, and the boy handed him a plate full of pieces of crisp fried pork, which he ate ravenously.
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.
Dejah Thoris must have seen me at the same instant, for she screamed a useless warning just as Thurid's foot, swinging in a mighty kick, landed full in my face.
3 : not limited in any way <full power> <a full recovery>
Eastborough JI&N, partial - Year 1 will not in attendance for the full day, Year 3 will not in attendance am and Year 4 will not be in attendance pm;
Normal practice is to perform a weekly full Exchange backup.
JVC plans to release full HD projection televisions in Japan and North America that will make use of the new device and the company's neXt generation high-resolution imaging technologies.