to the fullest


: in a very active and energetic way
She likes to live life to the fullest.

Examples of to the fullest in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The movie also portrays Arthaud as a fiercely independent woman who chose to live her dreams to the fullest rather than follow her pre-determined path. Elsa Keslassy, Variety, 10 May 2023 Tom has also been enjoying his life to the fullest, simply by adding Prostadine supplement to his daily routine. Amber Smith, Discover Magazine, 22 Feb. 2023 The young boy would spend a great deal of time with his grandfather in the cellar, helping to rack the wine and clean the barrels, whatever was needed, as his grandfather was his hero, a man who lived life to the fullest. Cathrine Todd, Forbes, 21 Feb. 2023 Each a legend in her own right, the four women have come together to celebrate their latest film (in theaters Feb. 3), which is all about living life to the fullest and championing the bonds of female friendship. Maureen Lee Lenker,, 3 Feb. 2023 This premium brand is luxurious and simple, allowing a man to enjoy his grooming routine to the fullest without sacrificing its commitment to sustainability, high quality, and safe ingredients. Dallas News, 30 Nov. 2022 Living life to the fullest and having my product in hand. Thr Staff, The Hollywood Reporter, 27 Nov. 2022 Thanks to killer guitar riffs, synthesizers and catchy lyrics, this timeless end-of-the world anthem reminds us to live life to the fullest. Karla Pope, Good Housekeeping, 27 Nov. 2022 Drexel's family members spoke at Moody's hearing Wednesday, tearfully asking the judge to sentence him to the fullest extent of the law. Bynadine El-Bawab, ABC News, 19 Oct. 2022

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“To the fullest.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 18 Jul. 2024.

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