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Synonyms for fullness

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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Will he not be full of boundless aspirations, and fancy himself able to manage the affairs of Hellenes and of barbarians, and having got such notions into his head will he not dilate and elevate himself in the fulness of vain pomp and senseless pride?
Jesus said, 'I have come that they may have life and have it in all its fulness.' May I wish all our young people the very best for their results next week and their lives, thereafter.
They manage extreme tempo changes without blinking, articulate with precision, react sensitively to dialogues in the singing, and complement in colour the fulness of the basses and the lustre of the sopranos.
The patient had no dizziness, hearing loss, or fulness in the ears.
The possibilities of the divine Word as directed to humans are also finite, but the Word also always leads beyond the borders of human finitude due to its inexhaustible fulness. The infinite internal potentiality of the sacred Word, over flowing through the divine grace, attains its concrete and finite realization within comprehensive human receptivity, under the specific individual and collective existential conditions of the believer.
To explain this phenomenon of the effect of contextual interference, we find two explanatory hypotheses: the hypothesis of elaboration and forget fulness.
In the earliest published account of Joseph Smith's first visions, it is reported that when Smith was first visited by an angel named Moroni, he was told that "the great preparatory work for the second coming of the Messiah, was speedily to commence; that the time was at hand for the gospel, in its fulness, to be preached in power unto all nations; that a people might be prepared with faith and righteousness, for the Millennial reign of universal peace and joy." (1) This statement highlights the essential link between what early Latter-day Saints considered the raison d'etre of Mormonism and the millennial dream.
Therefore mission belongs to the Triune God, creator, liberator and sustainer of all life, incarnated in Jesus Christ, the giver of life in all its fulness and supported by the Holy Spirit, the sustainer of life.
In verse 1) we read that (God will judge) the people in His faith fulness, while verse 2) reads that (God will judge) the people with equity.
"Great is language," Whitman effuses, "it is the mightiest of the sciences, / It is the fulness and color and form and diversity of the earth....
Descriptive Statistics and Correlation Results for Study Variables M SD Mind- Core self- fulness evaluations Mindfulness 62.26 8.51 Core self-evaluations 34.78 5.52 .54** Life satisfaction 26.36 6.61 .43** .57** Note.
Pharmaceutical company Allergan plc (NYSE:AGN) said on Friday that it has received a Positive Opinion from the Swedish Medical Products Agency (MPA) for BELKYRA (deoxycholic acid) as the new minimally invasive treatment option for adults with submental fulness or also called double chin.
Aside from the daily grind of training, Espera made sure her presentation of the Filipina grace accentuated well with the fulness of muscles, and the beautiful appearance of features from head to toe
Dickens enabled him to personate with remarkable force the various characters of the story, and with admirable skill to pass rapidly from the hard, unbelieving Scrooge, to trusting and thankful Bob Cratchit, and from the genial fulness of Scrooge's nephew, to the hideous mirth of the party assembled in Old Joe the Ragshopkeeper's parlour".
older, Generation BOLD is intent on maintaining youth- fulness, keen to add life to years, not years to life.