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full

adverb

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1 to a full extent or degree
  • waited until it was full dark to begin the fireworks display
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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

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3 as stated or indicated without the slightest difference
  • Full in the center of the square stands an enormous statue of the city's founder.
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on the button, on the nose


full

noun

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a complete amount of something
  • The account is now paid in full.
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grand total, the whole bit, the whole kit and caboodle, the whole nine yards, the whole shebang

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full

adjective

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1 containing or seeming to contain the greatest quantity or number possible
  • At the start of the game everyone was full of energy and hope.
  • The boy's bedroom is full of sports trophies and medals.
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2 of the highest degree
  • Even at the age of eighteen he hadn't reached his full height.
  • a boat going at full speed
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3 having one's appetite completely satisfied
  • Even the heartiest eaters are sure to be full when they leave that restaurant.
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5 having an abundance of some characteristic quality (as flavor)
  • The dessert had a rich, full chocolate flavor.
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8 not lacking any part or member that properly belongs to it
  • a full deck of cards
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full, complete, plenary, replete mean containing all that is wanted or needed or possible. full implies the presence or inclusion of everything that is wanted or required by something or that can be held, contained, or attained by it.
    • a full schedule
complete applies when all that is needed is present.
    • a complete picture of the situation
plenary adds to complete the implication of fullness without qualification.
    • given plenary power
replete implies being filled to the brim or to satiety.
    • replete with delightful details


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