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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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Therefore, being protected to the fullest extent of the law means not being protected at all.
The fullest possible accounting is our goal," said Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for POW/ MIA Affairs Bob Newberry.
She said: ``We have a very clear strategy: we want to make sure the public and the NHS have got the fullest possible information, we want to try and minimise travel to the affected areas, we are finding and reporting any suspected cases.
Groups including the National Breast Cancer Coalition argue that, although studies that link environmental toxicants such as benzene to breast cancer have been conducted, not enough federal money is being spent on exploring this connection to its fullest.
And with the help and support of the team from health and social services, he lived his life to his fullest ability.
The goal of this comprehensive book is to help people with chronic illnesses develop effective strategies to live their lives to the fullest.
Access to ATI drivers allows us to exploit the ATI chips to the fullest in order to recreate high fidelity, real-time visual scenes," said Martin Gagne, Vice President of Visual Systems at CAE.
Achieving the fullest possible accounting of GIs missing from the Vietnam War is a top priority for VFW.
When the elements of the Baptist way are activated to the fullest, the movement inherently possesses a permanent significance as a dynamic expression of New Testament Christianity.
At 175 pages, this study does not promise a biography in the fullest sense of the term; still, recent work in African American biography, particularly studies by Arnold Rampersad, David Levering Lewis, and Thadious M.
Force the muscles to raise the weight (through the muscles' fullest range of motion).
Unlike the more heroically scaled paintings that invite comparisons to the work of Ross Bleckner and Pat Steir, the small paintings allow Mazur's virtuosity to find its fullest expression.
Though imperfect, it is the fullest English-language account of the great Slovenian we are likely to get.
For fullest appreciation, this work should be read alongside Ginsberg's Collected Poems (Harper & Row, 1984), since none of Ginsberg's poems is reprinted in its entirety in the biography and no amount of prose can capture or replace the power and passion of the verse itself.
underscore[s] the importance it attaches to audit committees if the fullest potential of the financial reporting process is to be achieved.