Synonyms for full

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Synonyms of full:
  • (adj) afloat (similar term), awash (similar term), flooded (similar term), inundated (similar term), overflowing (similar term), air-filled (similar term), brimful (similar term), brimfull (similar term), brimming (similar term), chockablock (similar term), chock-full (similar term), chockful (similar term), choke-full (similar term), chuck-full (similar term), cram full (similar term), congested (similar term), engorged (similar term), egg-filled (similar term), filled (similar term), fraught (similar term), pregnant (similar term), gas-filled (similar term), glutted (similar term), overfull (similar term), heavy (similar term), weighed down (similar term), instinct (similar term), replete (similar term), laden (similar term), loaded (similar term), ladened (similar term), overladen (similar term), overloaded (similar term), riddled (similar term), sperm-filled (similar term), stuffed (similar term), stuffed (similar term), untouched (similar term), untasted (similar term), well-lined (similar term), empty (antonym)

  • (adj) entire, total, whole (similar term)

  • (adj) total, complete (similar term)

  • (adj) replete, nourished (similar term)

  • (adj) booming (similar term), stentorian (similar term), grumbling (similar term), rumbling (similar term), plangent (similar term), rich (similar term), orotund (similar term), rotund (similar term), round (similar term), pear-shaped (similar term), heavy (similar term), sonorous (similar term), sounding (similar term), thin (antonym)

  • (adj) good, ample (similar term)

  • (adj) broad, high (similar term)

  • (adj) wide, wide-cut, ample (similar term)

  • (noun) full moon, full-of-the-moon, full phase of the moon, phase of the moon

  • (verb) beat

  • (verb) change, alter, modify

  • (verb) wax, increase, wane (antonym)

  • (adv) fully, to the full



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