Examples of fullness in a Sentence
has regained fullness of motor control
Recent Examples of fullness from the Web
Combined, all of these elements display the fullness of African life and heritage.
The moon will hit its peak fullness after sunrise at 7:26 a.m. CST on Jan. 31.
At the end of the experiment, blinded ratings of photos showed significant improvements in upper and lower cheek fullness and estimates of the average participant age dropped almost three full years.
Research published in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care shows that consuming carbohydrates in a solid form from food promotes a feeling of fullness, verses consuming a liquid form of carbohydrates, which leaves one feeling hungry.
After the last word, the reader must hunger for more, a sensation that always exists in opposition to the fullness of the work.
DiNizio’s supple baritone stood out for a fullness and fluidity in its timbre.
Yet none of these names conveys the fullness of that person.
As her semi-autobiographical heroine and the title character, Saoirse Ronan captures the fullness of adolescence, while Laurie Metcalf gives a heartbreakingly beautiful performance as Lady Bird’s loving and deploring mother.
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First Known Use of fullness
Synonymsabsoluteness, completeness, entirety, entireness, perfectness, wholeness
Antonymsimperfection, imperfectness, incompleteness, unsoundness
Related Wordsfaultlessness, flawlessness, indefectibility, perfection; all-inclusiveness, comprehensiveness, exhaustiveness, extensiveness, inclusiveness, soundness, thoroughness
Near Antonymsinadequacy, inadequateness; limitedness, narrowness, patchiness, sketchiness
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