part of speech: adjective

inflections: fuller, fullest

definition 1: not able to hold or contain any more.

  • The trunk is full, so put your suitcase in the back seat.

synonyms: brimming, filled

definition 2: having a large number or amount.

  • Your spelling test was full of mistakes.

synonyms: rich

antonyms: void

definition 3: whole; complete.

  • Grandpa has a full life these days.

synonyms: complete, whole

antonyms: incomplete


part of speech: adverb

inflections: fuller, fullest

definition: completely; exactly.

  • Dad hugged me full around the middle.

synonyms: absolutely, completely, directly, entirely, exactly, precisely, quite, right, straight, totally, wholly

phrase: in full

derivation: fullness (n.)

Word Builder: full +

fully: in full; so as to be complete.