full

[ foo l ]SEE DEFINITION OF full

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FULL

And the wild ducklings are out on the pool, and the woods are full of song.

Blow it,” he said, taking off the chain, “my mouth is too full of slime.

I don't believe I ever drew a full breath until I came to these altitudes.

Her full lips were parted before him, but he did not kiss them.

You will need practice to reap the full benefit of my instructions.

Whenever he was fresh and full of spirits, he had enough to overflow upon her and every one.

Let us, then, look to the great cause, and endeavor to preserve it in full force.

I have been most anxious to give your feelings their full bent.

In no such spirit has it developed its full and independent sovereignty.

He is certainly an intriguing wretch, and full of inventions.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FULL

bloodiest

adjective(used as intensifier)

bloody

adjective(used as intensifier)
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