Filled

Pronunciation of Filled
/fˈɪld/, /fˈɪld/, /f_ˈɪ_l_d/

Antonyms for filled:

void, unoccupied, blank, unfilled, stark, devoid, bare, vacant.

Synonyms for filled:

Sense 1

padded.

Sense 2

bursting, plump.

abounding

fraught.

distended

inflated.

loaded

charged.

stiffened

sized.

swollen

plethoric.

thronged

jammed.

Other synonyms and related words:

crowded, plethoric, occupied, chockablock, packed, full, bursting, charged, padded, jammed, plump, chock-full, brimming, Crammed, fraught, brimful, jam-packed, loaded, inflated.

brimming/brimful (adjective)

jammed, stuffed, crowded, Crammed, loaded, chock-full, packed.

congested (adjective)

glutted, closed, jam-packed, gorged.

content (adjective)

satisfied.

exaggerated (adjective)

inflated.

filled (adjective)

full, brimming, permeated.

fraught (adjective)

charged.

loaded (adjective)

charged.

packed (adjective)

brimful.

filled (noun)

full, occupied.

suffused (noun)

brimming.

completed (verb)

ended, finalized, terminated, graduated, Arrived, fulfilled, closed, concluded, completed, integrated, executed, consummated, Culminated, unified, finished, Achieved, accomplished.

infused (verb)

imbued, Instilled, suffused, seethed, Infused, Infiltrated, impregnated, permeated, soaked, Penetrated, Pervaded.

satisfied (verb)

gorged, sated, engorged, slaked, satiated, saturated, glutted, appeased, stuffed, satisfied, quenched, gratified, Allayed.

Usage examples for filled:

  • " Jabez has been here," he said, " and filled her heart with forebodings. - "Moon of Israel", H. Rider Haggard.
  • The great body of the cattle filled the open behind the house. - "Dwellers in the Hills", Melville Davisson Post.
  • When Joseph's brothers found that they were taken into Joseph's house, they were filled with fear. - "The Wonder Book of Bible Stories", Compiled by Logan Marshall.

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