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Synonyms for fullness

completeness over a broad scope

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the property of a sensation that is rich and pleasing

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greatness of volume

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God is Infinite Wisdom, and Power, and Goodness - and LOVE; but if this idea is too vast for your human faculties - if your mind loses itself in its overwhelming infinitude, fix it on Him who condescended to take our nature upon Him, who was raised to heaven even in His glorified human body, in whom the fulness of the Godhead shines.
Tibby forwarded this to Helen, adding in the fulness of his heart that Leonard Bast seemed somewhat a monumental person after all.
In the fulness of time there was an eruption of the merry-makers to the sidewalk.
Thy fulness looketh forth over raging seas, and seeketh and waiteth: the longing of over-fulness looketh forth from the smiling heaven of thine eyes!
Than in gushing tears pour forth all thy grief concerning thy fulness, and concerning the craving of the vine for the vintager and vintage-knife!
Everything in her face, the clearly marked dimples in her cheeks and chin, the line of her lips, the smile which, as it were, fluttered about her face, the brilliance of her eyes, the grace and rapidity of her move meets, the fulness of the notes of her voice, even the manner in which, with a sort of angry friendliness, she answered Veslovsky when he asked permission to get on her cob, so as to teach it to gallop with the right leg foremost--it was all peculiarly fascinating, and it seemed as if she were herself aware of it, and rejoicing in it.
You must be ever new, with the dew of newness ever sparkling, a flower that never blooms to the fulness that fades.
In the first fulness of my new happiness, there had been moments when my resolution faltered--moments when I was tempted to be safely content, now that the dearest aspiration of my life was fulfilled in the possession of Laura's love.
But it was a day he usually devoted to a long ramble, and one of the dogs--the ugliest of them all--came bounding up, and jumping round him in the fulness of his joy.
Eager to see it accomplished, and yet patient, she waited for the last fall, as for the ripeness and fulness of the harvest of her hopes.
Nothing escaped the hawk's eye of the ugly little man, who, perfectly understanding what passed in the old lady's mind, turned uglier still in the fulness of his satisfaction, and bade her good morning, with a leer or triumph.
It is based entirely on the Judeo-Christian realization that "the earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof.
In assuming jurisdiction over Palestine, Britain preened itself that it was selflessly administering the area as a 'mandate,' a trust to be surrendered in the fulness of time.
e latecomer had travelled from rush-hour Tees to restful Tweed to deliver the Gospel according to Ukip, a journey akin to deserting Detroit for the peace fulness of Paradise.
Doubtless her excuse, in the same manner as the character Sir Humphrey Appleby (Yes Minister), will be that she would have done, "in the fulness of time", "when the climate was right", "at a more propitious moment".