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fully

adverb

Synonyms and Antonyms of fully

  1. 1 to a full extent or degree <only with daybreak did we fully realize the extent of the damage from the storm> Synonyms all, all of, all over, altogether, clean, completely, dead, enough, entire, entirely, even, exactly, fast, flat, full, heartily, out, perfectly, plumb [chiefly dialect], quite, soundly, thoroughly, through and through, totally, utterly, well, wholly, wide Related Words absolutely, categorically, cold, downright, hands down, plain, stone, stone-cold, unqualifiedly; basically, by and large, chiefly, generally, largely, mainly, more or less, mostly, overall, predominantly, predominately, primarily, principally, substantially; abundantly, copiously, generously, greatly Phrases all the way, at length, down the line, down to the ground, for fair, in whole, to bits, to pieces, to the hilt, to the max Near Antonyms barely, hardly, just, kind of, marginally, minimally, scarcely, slightly, superficially; approximately, roughly, somewhat Antonyms half, halfway, incompletely, part, partially, partly

  2. 2 with attention to all aspects or details <wanted to be fully involved in the project> Synonyms completely, comprehensively, detailedly, exhaustively, thoroughly, inside out, minutely, roundly, sweepingly, systematically, through and through, totallyRelated Words meticulously, microscopically; all-out, full blast, intensively; broadly, encyclopedically, extensively, generally, globally, widely; conclusively, consummately, definitely, perfectlyNear Antonyms aimlessly, desultorily, haphazardly, hit-or-miss, randomly; cursorily, imperfectly, inadequately, narrowly, shallowly, sketchily, summarily, superficially; indeterminately, nebulously, vaguely




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