All full synonyms

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adj full

  • brimming β€” completely full with something
  • maximum β€” the greatest quantity or amount possible, assignable, allowable, etc.
  • generous β€” liberal in giving or sharing; unselfish: a generous patron of the arts; a generous gift.
  • broad β€” Something that is broad is wide.
  • whole β€” comprising the full quantity, amount, extent, number, etc., without diminution or exception; entire, full, or total: He ate the whole pie. They ran the whole distance.
  • absolute β€” Absolute means total and complete.
  • clear β€” Something that is clear is easy to understand, see, or hear.
  • rich β€” having wealth or great possessions; abundantly supplied with resources, means, or funds; wealthy: a rich man; a rich nation.
  • complete β€” You use complete to emphasize that something is as great in extent, degree, or amount as it possibly can be.
  • crowded β€” If a place is crowded, it is full of people.
  • big β€” A big person or thing is large in physical size.
  • sufficient β€” adequate for the purpose; enough: sufficient proof; sufficient protection.
  • chock-full β€” Something that is chock-full is completely full.
  • adequate β€” If something is adequate, there is enough of it or it is good enough to be used or accepted.
  • intact β€” not altered, broken, or impaired; remaining uninjured, sound, or whole; untouched; unblemished: The vase remained intact despite rough handling.
  • packed β€” transporting, or used in transporting, a pack or load: pack animals.
  • perfect β€” conforming absolutely to the description or definition of an ideal type: a perfect sphere; a perfect gentleman.
  • detailed β€” A detailed report or plan contains a lot of details.
  • comprehensive β€” Something that is comprehensive includes everything that is needed or relevant.
  • unabridged β€” not abridged or shortened, as a book.
  • integral β€” of, relating to, or belonging as a part of the whole; constituent or component: integral parts.
  • particular β€” of or relating to a single or specific person, thing, group, class, occasion, etc., rather than to others or all; special rather than general: one's particular interests in books.
  • minute β€” the sixtieth part (1/60) of an hour; sixty seconds.
  • rounded β€” having a flat, circular surface, as a disk.
  • satiate β€” to supply with anything to excess, so as to disgust or weary; surfeit.
  • jaded β€” dulled or satiated by overindulgence: a jaded appetite.
  • saturated β€” saturated.
  • satisfied β€” content: a satisfied look.
  • padded β€” a dull, muffled sound, as of footsteps on the ground.
  • lavish β€” expended, bestowed, or occurring in profusion: lavish spending.
  • burdened β€” If you are burdened with something, it causes you a lot of worry or hard work.
  • jammed β€” to press, squeeze, or wedge tightly between bodies or surfaces, so that motion or extrication is made difficult or impossible: The ship was jammed between two rocks.
  • loaded β€” bearing or having a load; full: a loaded bus.
  • laden β€” burdened; loaded down.
  • teeming β€” falling in torrents: a teeming rain.
  • abounding β€” to occur or exist in great quantities or numbers: a stream in which trout abound.
  • replete β€” abundantly supplied or provided; filled (usually followed by with): a speech replete with sentimentality.
  • stuffed β€” the material of which anything is made: a hard, crystalline stuff.
  • impregnated β€” to make pregnant; get with child or young.
  • overflowing β€” to flow or run over, as rivers or water: After the thaw, the river overflows and causes great damage.
  • weighted β€” having additional weight.
  • crammed β€” If a place is crammed with things or people, it is full of them, so that there is hardly room for anything or anyone else.
  • imbued β€” to impregnate or inspire, as with feelings, opinions, etc.: The new political leader was imbued with the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi.
  • sated β€” to satisfy (any appetite or desire) fully.
  • surfeited β€” excess; an excessive amount: a surfeit of speechmaking.
  • glutted β€” to feed or fill to satiety; sate: to glut the appetite.
  • gorged β€” (of a beast) represented wearing something about the neck in the manner of a collar: a lion gules gorged with a collar or.
  • satiated β€” satiated.
  • all-inclusive β€” All-inclusive is used to indicate that a price, especially the price of a holiday, includes all the charges and all the services offered.
  • ample β€” If there is an ample amount of something, there is enough of it and usually some extra.
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