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fully

adverb ful·ly \ˈf(l)-lē\

: in every way or detail : completely or entirely

Full Definition of FULLY

1
:  in a full manner or degree :  completely
2
:  at least <fully nine tenths of us>
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Examples of FULLY

  1. He fully recovered from the operation.
  2. They will never fully appreciate their luck.
  3. The house is fully furnished.
  4. When will the tree be fully grown?

First Known Use of FULLY

before 12th century

Rhymes with FULLY

FULLY Defined for Kids

fully

adverb ful·ly \ˈf-lē\

Definition of FULLY for Kids

1
:  completely <He fully recovered.>
2
:  at least <Fully half failed.>

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