Fill

Pronunciation of Fill
/fˈɪl/, /fˈɪl/, /f_ˈɪ_l/

Antonyms for fill:

empty, emptiness, drain.

Synonyms for fill:

Sense 1

stopper, dose, lade, congest, replenish, restock, inflate.

Sense 2

pack into, cork, fatten, assuage, grade, Interline, earth.

Sense 3

blow up, refill, freight.

Sense 4

pack in, overrun.

Sense 5

stop, put into, make up.

Sense 6

choke, plug, crowd.

Sense 7

charge.

Sense 9

put in.

Sense 11

pad.

Sense 13

stock.

Sense 29

pass.

blow up

inflate.

crowd

overcrowd.

line

Interline.

satisfy

conform to.

spread out

suffuse.

stop up

plug.

waste material

filler.

Sense 2 (noun)

freight, charge.

Sense 3 (noun)

cork, plug, choke, stop, congest.

Sense 4 (noun)

crowd, pack in, stock.

Sense 5 (noun)

stopper.

capacity (noun)

filler, stuffing, padding.

fill in (noun)

complete.

fill out (noun)

complete.

plug (noun)

stopper.

change (verb)

make full, fill up.

complete (verb)

close, arrive, graduate, execute, accomplish, complete, finish, culminate, unify, end, finalize, terminate, achieve, fulfill, integrate, conclude, consummate.

execute, fulfill (verb)

engage, occupy, carry out, hold.

infuse (verb)

impregnate, imbue, infiltrate, pervade, seethe, suffuse, infuse, instill, soak, permeate, penetrate.

overrun (verb)

infest.

satisfy (verb)

gratify, stuff, sate, glut, satisfy, quench, gorge, appease, slake, allay, saturate, engorge, satiate.

stative (verb)

occupy.

to put in and occupy the whole of (verb)

congest, charge, plug, satisfy, take up, meet, close, sate, permeate, crowd, replenish, cram, stopper, pervade, stuff, saturate, gorge, fulfill, satiate, lade, inflate, pack, blow up, impregnate, stock, glut, choke.

Usage examples for fill:

  • There can surely be no better way for her to fill her proper place in the world than to marry a man who loves her with his whole heart. - "The House of Martha", Frank R. Stockton.
  • Let me fill he, sir. - "The Lure of the Labrador Wild", Dillon Wallace.
  • Let me fill you a glass of it. - "The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.", Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist).

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