filled/full to the brim

Definition of filled/full to the brim

  1. :  completely full The glass was filled/full to the brim.

Word by Word Definitions

fillplay filled
  1. :  to put into as much as can be held or conveniently contained

    :  to supply with a full complement

    :  to cause to swell or billow

  1. :  a full supply

    :  a quantity that satisfies or satiates

    :  something that fills: such as

  1. :  containing as much or as many as is possible or normal

    :  complete especially in detail, number, or duration

    :  lacking restraint, check, or qualification

  1. :  very, extremely

    :  entirely

    :  straight, squarely

  1. :  the highest or fullest state or degree

    :  the utmost extent

  1. :  to become full

    :  to make full in sewing

  1. :  to shrink and thicken (woolen cloth) by moistening, heating, and pressing

  1. :  an upper or outer margin :  verge

    :  the upper surface of a body of water

    :  the edge or rim of a hollow vessel, a natural depression, or a cavity

  1. :  to fill to the brim

    :  to be or become full often to overflowing

    :  to reach or overflow a brim

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