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What does the acronym full stand for?
FULL abbreviation definitions:
no joke, tyrannous, infinite, no holds barred, no catch, freest, pre-eminent, no strings attached, sovereign, absolutist, no fine print, straight out, no ifs ands or buts, monocratic.
chockablock, sufficient, competent, voluminous, teeming, plenteous, chock-full, laden, loaded, surfeited, lavish, impregnated, burdened, satiated, padded, complete, jammed full, crowded, awash, big, imbued, bounteous, glutted, stuffed, brimful, jammed, extravagant, abounding, overflowing, profuse, gorged, packed, abundant, bursting, plethoric, Crammed, jam-packed, stocked, adequate, intact, running over, satisfied, entire, packed like sardines, replete, suffused, sated, saturated, plentiful, weighted.
unabbreviated, solid, complete, unsevered, exhaustive, whole, total, intact, undocked, the works, universal, fini, thorough, all, collective, unreduced, finished, done, unexpurgated, finished off, round, through, integrated, conclusive, all over but the shouting, unitary, all over, undiminished, undivided, all-embracing, accomplished, plenary, sum, whole enchilada, unified, uncensored, Whole-length, uncut, comprehensive, imperforate, out-and-out, that's it, uncondensed, home free, replete, unabridged, done with, terminated, hook line and sinker, whole-hog, integral, whole nine yards, final, lock stock and barrel, entire.
rounded, throaty, resonant, loud.
deep in sound
rounded, throaty, clear, resonant, distinct, rich, loud.
full-scale, mass, full-fledged, holistic, comprehensive, sum, gross, whole, uninjured, tally, sweeping, all-inclusive, all, exhaustive, complete, conclusive, all-embracing, total, global, Choate, entire, full-grown.
no end in sight, plenteous, plenitudinous.
In Toto, all together, ball-of-wax, all around, all the options, comprehensive, without exception, catchall.
goodly, barn door.
loose, baggy, flowing.
Ear-splitting, forte, wakes the dead, forter, full-mouthed, loud-voiced, ear-piercing, tumultuous.
lived in, peopled, lived-in.
through-and-through, through and through, out and out.
unmixed, perfect, unalloyed.
Distent, bulgier, bulgy, puffy.
pulsating, reverberant, clangorous, enhanced, plangent, pulsing, fruity, sonorant, Deep-toned.
satiated in hunger
up to here, lousy with, satiate, jaded.
glutted, slaked, quenched, engorged, satisfied, gratified, satiated, stuffed, Allayed.
unlimited, exhaustive, comprehensive, maximum, copious, ample, generous, blow-by-blow, whole, perfect, circumstantial, broad, all-inclusive, detailed, particular, integral, itemized, Clocklike, minute, absolute, unabridged, particularized, Choate, extensive, plenary.
to the full, full, fully.
plethoric, charged, saturated, packed, jammed, jampacked, crowded, depressed, exhausted, empty, bursting.
chockablock, orotund, nourished, overloaded, brimfull, brimful, complete, sonorous, brimming, brimfull of, teeming with, swarming with, crawling with, rich, loaded, instinct, well-lined, thick with, overrun with, choke-full, overladen, total, entire, laden, ample, weighed down, untouched, overflowing, ladened, imbued, high, booming, overfull, overflowing with, untasted, rich in, wide, good, chock-full, fully, rumbling, pear-shaped, abounding in, rotund, wax, glutted, stentorian, brimful of, filled, stuffed, inundated, riddled, afloat, swarming, flooded, broad, abounding with, awash, chuck-full, alive with, heavy, sounding, wide-cut, whole, congested, pregnant, grumbling, to the full, cram full, fraught, plangent, replete, round, engorged, undivided, rife with, chockful.
fully, in total, uncut, completely, in its entirety, in detail, wholly, with all the details, with nothing missed out.
in use, taken.
full phase of the moon, full-of-the-moon, full moon, full.
to the full
to the utmost, to the greatest possible extent, completely, thoroughly, entirely, utterly, fully.
Examples of usage:
– The Obstacle Race by Ethel M. Dell
– Atlantida by Pierre Benoit
– Life Blood by Thomas Hoover
– Clematis by Bertha B. Cobb Ernest Cobb
– The Time of Roses by L. T. Meade