full

All Adjective
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  • It is the band's first album recorded with a full line up.
  • The area is full of hard hills, and there is little human presence.
  • The houses were built to almost full scale after previously being three-quarter size.
  • The following members shall be given the full four-year term.
  • Although his vision remained strong, he had lost the full strength of his hand.
  • He then announced his intention to run for election to a full four-year term.
  • She sat still and silent for a full half-minute after he had spoken. Cited from The Castle Inn, by Stanley John Weyman
  • The best players may take a ball round a full circuit in one turn.
  • The end of the match is known as full-time.
  • A full public service did not start for several months.
  • The mayor is a full-time elected position and not a member of the city council.
  • The captain orders the boat directly south towards the African coast at full speed.
  • This time the man was gone a full half-minute. Cited from Out of the Primitive, by Robert Ames Bennet
  • Despite this, the Labour government remained in power for the full five-year term.
  • No company has yet successfully brought a full color display to market.
  • Eventually, he moved from Chicago to southern California and started writing full-time.
  • Most series received eight-page back-up features while some had full-length twenty-five page stories.
  • A wine-glass full to be taken when going to bed. Cited from The American Frugal Housewife, by Lydia M. Child
  • That same year he won election to a full six-year term on the bench.
  • The school grew into a junior college and then into a full four year liberal arts college.
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Meaning of full

  • verb Beat for the purpose of cleaning and thickening
    full the cloth
  • verb Make (a garment) fuller by pleating or gathering
  • adjective Containing as much or as many as is possible or normal
    a full glass, a sky full of stars, a full life, the auditorium was full to overflowing
  • adjective (of sound) having marked deepness and body
    full tones, a full voice