Thesaurus / fuller
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other words for fuller
- jammed full
- packed like sardines
- running over
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I never saw him fuller of mental and physical vigor and of hope for the future than then.
THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF JAMES A. GARFIELDEMMA ELIZABETH BROWN
Still this is not quite the same thing as that fuller national unity which is felt where there is community of language.
PROSE MASTERPIECES FROM MODERN ESSAYISTSJAMES ANTHONY FROUDE, EDWARD A. FREEMAN, WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE, JOHN HENRY NEWMAN AND LESLIE STEPHEN
A very blunt chisel, like a fuller, will give the centre effect.
THE LIBRARY OF WORK AND PLAY: WORKING IN METALSCHARLES CONRAD SLEFFEL
At that moment Fuller, his face wearing an anxious expression, looked into the room.
ASHTON KIRK, SECRET AGENTJOHN T. MCINTYRE
They had not already run on foot more than twenty miles, as Fuller had done.
LIFE IN DIXIE DURING THE WARMARY A. H. GAY
He had had, as Fuller terms it, the first cut in the feast of abbey lands.
CAMBRIDGE AND ITS STORYCHARLES WILLIAM STUBBS
By this is meant that some lives have more and fuller correspondence with Environment than others.
NATURAL LAW IN THE SPIRITUAL WORLDHENRY DRUMMOND
A rector in Fuller's early days was William Hayley, who died in 1789, a zealous antiquary.
HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS IN SUSSEXE.V. LUCAS
On a trip to England Mr. Fuller raised $1,500 for this purpose.
Fuller tells us that the prayer before the sermon was a continuous allegory.