Pronunciation of Full
/fˈʊl/, /fˈʊl/, /f_ˈʊ_l/
Antonyms for full:
Synonyms for full:
godforsaken, engorgement, brawny, luscious, hollowness, tamper-proof, deluge, loud, stopper, heavy-laden, blow-by-blow, thickset, jam-pack, empty-headed, scrumptious, Crammed, whelm, beefy, flavoursome, suffuse, eatable, yummy, pigeon-chested, edible, congest, satiation, statuesque, appetising, blankness, appetizing, bulging, delicately, padded, heaped, paunchy, vacuousness, musclebound, barrel-chested, piquant, leaky, flavorsome, gourmet, leggy, voluminous, tasty, heavy-set, tangy, bullnecked, jampacked, jam-packed, coltish, round-shouldered, detailed, gluttonous, unquenchable, flavorful, repletion, absolute, unattended, chock-a-block, smooth, well-built, unfrequented, satiety, toothsome, overstaffed, YUM, strapping, stocky.
brimming, filled (adjective)
imbued, bursting, crowded, jammed, plenteous, padded, lavish, satiated, chock-full, entire, plentiful, teeming, chockablock, complete, plethoric, glutted, abounding, brimful, stuffed, jam-packed, bounteous, laden, saturated, loaded, satisfied, replete, awash, voluminous, impregnated, packed, intact, overflowing, profuse, Crammed, big.
finished, integral, plenary, conclusive, replete, done, all-embracing, complete, final, whole, intact, collective, exhaustive, universal, undivided, thorough, uncut, solid, accomplished, unsevered, all over, total, entire, round, all, comprehensive, sum, through, unabridged, unified.
deep in sound (adjective)
satiated in hunger (adjective)
fully, to the full.
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
fraught, replete, good, high, plangent, entire, chockful, awash, teeming with, crawling with, abounding with, ladened, flooded, brimful, well-lined, complete, rife with, engorged, untouched, rumbling, nourished, chockablock, swarming, weighed down, inundated, wax, thick with, rich in, overloaded, overflowing, afloat, rotund, swarming with, orotund, heavy, wide, imbued, brimful of, overfull, loaded, sonorous, abounding in, stuffed, congested, round, brimfull, to the full, chock-full, sounding, brimfull of, overladen, filled, untasted, whole, wide-cut, laden, rich, cram full, instinct, fully, choke-full, brimming, riddled, stentorian, undivided, ample, pear-shaped, pregnant, chuck-full, overrun with, booming, broad, grumbling, total, glutted, alive with, overflowing with.
in full (noun)
full phase of the moon, full moon, full-of-the-moon.
to the full (noun)
Usage examples for full:
- I wonder will it ever Feel really full again!" - "The Boy Scouts in A Trapper's Camp", Thornton W. Burgess.
- Big lindow so full! - "The Higher Court", Mary Stewart Daggett.
- Suddenly she turned and looked him full in the face. - "The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill", Winston Churchill.