Full synonyms

fo͝ol
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Quelled of thirst or hunger.
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(Not comparable) Full; unable to hold or contain any more.
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Filled
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Filled with a large number or large quantity of something.
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Full of or showing satisfaction:
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Of or pertaining to something which is stuck.
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With a stomach stuffed full of food.
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Pleasantly satisfied or full, as with food.
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Excessive in style; turgid:
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Alternative spelling of jam-packed.
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Occupied
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(Not comparable) Set aside for the use of a particular person or party.
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Currently being used
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Depleted; in a state of exhaustion.
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Clear is defined as a sky that is free from clouds, something that is easily seen through or an area that is empty or free of clutter.
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That is now full.
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Not more or less
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Full to the brim
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(Figuratively, with with) Loaded up, charged or accompanied.
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The definition of laden is something that is weighed down, physically or emotionally.
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Full to the limit; as full as possible:
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Containing too many of something; teeming.
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(Idiomatic) Engorged with food or drink, especially alcoholic drink.
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(Mathematics) Being an abundant number, i.e. less than the sum of all of its divisors except itself. [First attested in the mid 16th century.]
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The definition of complete is someone or something that is finished or whole and that is not missing anything or any parts.
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Very plentiful; abundant
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The definition of ample is you have enough of something to meet your needs, and perhaps even some left over.
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Giving freely and generously, without restraint
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Barely satisfactory; acceptable but not remarkable
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Permissible or properly belonging
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Having great extent; covering a large area; vast
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Superabundant; excessive; as, lavish spirits.
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Costing or spending too much; wasteful
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Giving or pouring forth freely; generous, often to excess
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That flaps or flap.
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Of or relating to a British music genre of the 1980s and 1990s, influenced by Madchester and psychedelia and associated with baggy clothing.
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Tending to flow.
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Cultivated as specified
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Resounding or reechoing
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Devoid of content; containing nothing or nobody; vacant.
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Not adequate to fulfill a need or meet a requirement; insufficient.
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The definition of insufficient is that there is not enough of something.
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(Archaic) Complete in itself; perfect. [First attested around 1350 to 1470.]
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The definition of comprehensive is covered widely or understood fully.
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Having reached the limit of its time; due:
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(Of clothing, decorations, etc.) Having unpleasantly and tastelessly contrasting colours or patterns; gaudy.
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Provided in abundance; plentiful
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Not more or less
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(Often followed by "to go to...") Urgently needing to urinate.
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Capable of containing a large quantity; spacious or roomy:
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Not more or less
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Constituting the full amount, extent, or duration:
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Treating all parts or aspects without omission; thorough:
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Able to be depended on for the discharge of obligations incurred; of unimpaired credit.
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(Chiefly archaic) Having a gut or guts.
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Generous, willing to give unsparingly;.
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Full in sound; sonorous:
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Not more or less
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Not more or less
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For attendance by all members
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Abundant; copious:
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Having or yielding plenty
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Full and rounded in form; chubby
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(Usage Problem) Complete:
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Having more than enough of material possessions; owning much money or property; wealthy
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Rounded in figure; plump.
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Not more or less
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Not more or less
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A great or plentiful amount:
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(Physics) One half the full extent of a vibration, oscillation, or wave. The amplitude of an ocean wave is the maximum height of the wave crest above the level of calm water, or the maximum depth of the wave trough below the level of calm water. The amplitude of a pendulum swinging through an angle of 90° is 45°.
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The totality, the full amount or number which completes something. [from 16th c.]
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(Medicine) Overfullness of the capillary and other blood vessels, etc., in any locality or organ (often producing other morbid symptoms); local hypermic, active or passive; as, arterial congestion; venous congestion; congestion of the lungs.
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The state of being copious
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The degree to which a space is full.
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Fullness
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An abnormal condition characterized by an excess of blood in the circulatory system or in some part of it
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A state of excessive fullness.
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The state of being satiated or sated, of being full, of being at maximum capacity.
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The state of being perfectly satiated.
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Not complete; not filled up; not finished; not having all its parts, or not having them all adjusted; imperfect; defective.
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Void means empty or useless or having no legal force.
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Ranked near the beginning of an ascending series or scale:
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Having little weight for its size; of low specific gravity
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Likely to fall into a faint; dizzy and weak:
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Affected by hunger; desiring of food; having a physical need for food.
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In need, poor.
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(By extension) Jammed tightly together; very crowded; completely filled or stuffed.
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Untouched, especially by anything that harms, defiles, or the like; uninjured; whole; undefiled; left complete or entire; not damaged.
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Essential or necessary for completeness; constituent:
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(Grammar, of a tense or verb form) Representing a completed action.
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Having little or no space between elements or parts; tight and compact:
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Strict; severe; rigorous
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Engaging in sexual relations only with one's spouse or long-term sexual partner
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The definition of rigorous is something that is painfully exact or precise.
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Told in great detail
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Pertaining to or dependent on circumstances, especially as opposed to essentials; incidental, not essential.
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Characterized by attention to detail and thoroughness of treatment.
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Of, characterized by, or attentive to tiny details; exact; precise
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(Logic) Forming a part of a genus; relatively limited in extension; affirmed or denied of a part of a subject.
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Complete in every particular:
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(Sciences) Of experimental results, consistent, clustered close together, agreeing with each other. This does not mean that they cluster near the true, correct, or accurate value.
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Acting or working in a thoughtful, painstaking way
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Constituting the (or a) whole; entire; whole
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to the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely; (`full' in this sense is used as a combining form)
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The phase of the moon when it is on the side of the earth away from the sun, with its entire face reflecting sunlight to the earth
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the time when the Moon is fully illuminated
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(Naut.) Designating the vessel responsible for taking action to avoid colliding with another vessel
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Gloomy; dejected; sad
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(UK, Australia, New Zealand) Broken, not functional; in trouble, in a situation from which one is unlikely to recover.
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Competent; well-qualified; able
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(Mathematics) Describing a number that has been changed to its nearest desired value.
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Uttered or sounding as if uttered deep in the throat; guttural, hoarse, or husky.
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Insufficient; not enough
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(Informal) In a monoamorous relationship
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Whole or complete; full:
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Full of sound and rich, as in language or verse.
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Not more or less
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Like a torrent, as in violence or copiousness
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The definition of unabridged is a book or work that is complete and not shortened.
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(Of a play, film etc) not edited or abridged by a censor
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Surfeit is an excessive amount of something, such as food or drink, or an illness caused by consuming something in excess.
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Not satisfied, especially with the quantity of something
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(Colloquial) Extremely hungry.
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Not loose or vague; exact or precise:
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Having great volume or size:
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Roomy; ample; loose; full
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Explicitly set forth; definite:
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Of full measure; not narrow or restricted
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having ample fabric
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the time when the Moon is fully illuminated
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To wax is to polish something using a special substance designed for shining or protecting or to remove unwanted hair by applying a warmed sticky substance to it and then using paper to pull off the hairs that stick to the substance.
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Scarce; not close, crowded, or numerous; not filling the space.
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To become less intense, bright, strong, etc.; grow dim or faint, as a light
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(Graph theory, of a graph) having values assigned to its edges
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