fully

[ foo l-ee, foo l-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF fully

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Robert was fully aware that he was exposing himself to a horrible death.

“We must call Kit into counsel, ere we can do that fully,” said Stephen.

On that which he fully believed, he must act, and what did he fully believe?

There are others, perhaps, who have not been fully sensible of the privileges which they enjoyed.

She has fully explained to me your intentions, Sir, and what you mean to do for her.

It is, if I can fully attain to it, the ultimate realisation of the artistic life.

Now when Rico saw them all eating, he fully realized how very hungry he was.

It was only in this room at Mrs. Menotti's that Rico fully enjoyed his instrument.

My opinion of this machine is so pronounced that I do not care to state it fully.

Angelique looked him fully in the face with her sweet, great eyes.

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