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Entry Word: full
Function: adjective
Text: 1 containing or seeming to contain the greatest quantity or number possible <at the start of the game everyone was full of energy and hope> <the boy's bedroom is full of sports trophies and medals>
Synonyms brimful, brimming, bursting, chock-full (or chockful), crammed, crowded, fat, filled, jammed, jam-packed, loaded, packed, stuffed
Related Words overcrowded, overfilled, overflowing, overfull, overloaded, overstuffed; abounding, fraught, replete, rife, swarming, teeming
Near Antonyms deficient, incomplete, insufficient, short; depleted, drained, exhausted
Antonyms bare, blank, devoid, empty, stark, vacant, void
2 of the highest degree <even at the age of eighteen he hadn't reached his full height> <a boat going at full speed>
Synonyms greatest, maximum, top, topmost, utmost
Related Words high
Near Antonyms low
Antonyms least, lowest, minimal, minimum
3 having one's appetite completely satisfied <even the heartiest eaters are sure to be full when they leave that restaurant>
Synonyms sated, satiate, satiated, stuffed, surfeited
Related Words glutted, gorged, overfed, overfull, overstuffed
Near Antonyms underfed, undernourished
Antonyms empty, hungry, starving
4 covering everything or all important points <a full analysis of the problems facing our cities today> -- see ENCYCLOPEDIC
5 having an abundance of some characteristic quality (as flavor) <the dessert had a rich, full chocolate flavor> -- see FULL-BODIED
6 having an excess of body fat <she should have a hairdo that compliments her full face> -- see FAT 1
7 including many small descriptive features <a very full description of the city's cultural offerings> -- see DETAILED 1
8 not lacking any part or member that properly belongs to it <a full deck of cards> -- see COMPLETE 1