fullness

[ foo l ]SEE DEFINITION OF fullness

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The life of a nation is the fullness of the measure of its will to live.

We find the fullness of life not only in options, but in commitments.

Never is the city so lovely as in this month of May, when all the trees are in the fullness of their foliage.

We are told that this incarnation came in the fullness of time.

She was seeing the earth and its fullness, and her heart beat fast.

As a general rule muscle is admired in man and fullness of figure in woman.

To know this truth in its fullness is already to possess eternal life.

These in the fullness of time sprang up into the world as we know it now.

And you assured me that I spoke out of the fullness of my ignorance and inexperience.

Oh, the wonders of the fullness of the finding and knowing of God!

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