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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 ?
Her glances were not given in full, but out of the corners, so quietly, so stealthily, yet I think I lost not one.
Diomed all undaunted answered, "Archer, you who without your bow are nothing, slanderer and seducer, if you were to be tried in single combat fighting in full armour, your bow and your arrows would serve you in little stead.
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.
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.
She could not let him read it now, the house being in full bustle of preparation; and descending to her own room she destroyed the letter there.
Clare knew that she loved him--every curve of her form showed that--but he did not know at that time the full depth of her devotion, its single-mindedness, its meekness; what long-suffering it guaranteed, what honesty, what endurance what good faith.
Instead, they rushed me--the three of them simultaneously; and it was that which gave me an advantage, for they fouled one another in the narrow precincts of the balcony, so that the foremost of them stumbled full upon my blade at the first onslaught.
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.
When our eyes grew used to it we saw that the chest was three-parts full of uncut diamonds, most of them of considerable size.
they were full too, full to the brim; at least, the second one was; no wretched burglarious Da Silvestra had been filling goat-skins out of that.
You get a pertater and go out under the full moon, cut the pertater in two, rub your warts with one half and say, 'One, two, three, warts, go away from me.
At this moment the full strength of my love is revealed to me; it has survived the most terrible of all trials, the scorn you have shown for me by severing without regret the ties that bound us.
Benassis and Genestas looked at each other for a moment after reading the two letters, each full of sad thoughts, of which neither spoke.
In the galleries themselves, and more especially on the stair- cases, there lingered a great number of people, who came there, some because their rooms were empty and lonesome, others because their rooms were full and hot; the greater part because they were restless and uncomfortable, and not possessed of the secret of exactly knowing what to do with themselves.