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synonyms for fullness

  • completeness
  • saturation
  • totality
  • wholeness
  • adequateness
  • ampleness
  • amplitude
  • broadness
  • completion
  • comprehensiveness
  • congestion
  • copiousness
  • curvaceousness
  • dilation
  • distension
  • enlargement
  • entirety
  • extensiveness
  • fill
  • glut
  • plenitude
  • plenty
  • plenum
  • profusion
  • repletion
  • roundness
  • satiation
  • satiety
  • scope
  • sufficiency
  • surfeit
  • swelling
  • tumescence
  • vastness
  • voluptuousness
  • wealth
  • wideness
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antonyms for fullness

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  • lack
  • need
  • scarcity
  • want
  • emptiness
  • incompleteness
  • void
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How to use fullness in a sentence

I’ve already gushed about the fullness of the sound, so here are the specs behind the effect.
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Those societies will settle new stars, and in the fullness of cosmological time, they’ll hop from system to system until they’ve settled the whole galaxy.
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So, as their mortal course finds its natural end, whether or not the fullness of their work is done, we must remember them.
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Hope that we would each, whatever our race, one day be able to be known in the fullness of who we are.
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The differences in the three great makers seems to be now decided to consist in fullness of tone and quantity of power.
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What we have to look for in a violin is that roundness and fullness of quality which are combined in the term sweetness.
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Also, I did manage, in the fullness of time, to deliver La Pere's ten thousand dollars without further gun-play.
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And the fullness, the depth of those incredible chords actually set my blood tingling.
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We employed some hours in going over it, and I shall therefore describe it with some fullness.
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This gave the fullness about the waist seen in the statue of Faustina (Fig. 99), in which the cut of the sleeves can also be seen.
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WORDS RELATED TO FULLNESS

  • bigness
  • completeness
  • fullness
  • greatness
  • largeness
  • magnitude
  • sizableness
  • vastness
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