full

Something that's full holds as much as it can. If your glass is full of root beer, it's up the brim — no more root beer will fit inside it.

When a trash bag is full, it's time to take it outside, and when your mouth is full of cake, you'd better swallow it before you take another bite. When you're full of pizza, you can't eat any more, but when you're full of self-confidence, you have plenty of that quality. When the moon is full, it appears as large and round as possible. When your skirt, hair, or body are full, they're wide or ample.

Definitions of full
  1. adjective
    containing as much or as many as is possible or normal
    “a full glass”
    “a sky full of stars”
    “a full life”
    “the auditorium was full to overflowing”
    Synonyms:
    afloat, awash, flooded, inundated, overflowing
    covered with water
    air-filled
    full of air
    brimful, brimfull, brimming
    filled to capacity
    chock-full, chockablock, chockful, choke-full, chuck-full, cram full
    packed full to capacity
    congested, engorged
    overfull as with blood
    egg-filled
    full of eggs
    filled
    (usually followed by `with' or used as a combining form) generously supplied with
    fraught, pregnant
    filled with or attended with
    gas-filled
    full of a gas
    glutted, overfull
    exceeding demand
    heavy, weighed down
    full of; bearing great weight
    instinct, replete
    (followed by `with')deeply filled or permeated
    laden, ladened, loaded
    filled with a great quantity
    overladen, overloaded
    loaded past capacity
    riddled
    spread throughout
    sperm-filled
    filled with sperm
    stuffed
    filled with something
    stuffed
    crammed with food
    untasted, untouched
    still full
    well-lined
    full of money
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    Antonyms:
    empty
    holding or containing nothing
    bare, stripped
    having everything extraneous removed including contents
    blank, clean, white
    (of a surface) not written or printed on
    empty-handed
    carrying nothing in the hands
    glassy, glazed
    (used of eyes) lacking liveliness
    lifeless
    destitute or having been emptied of life or living beings
    looted, pillaged, plundered, ransacked
    wrongfully emptied or stripped of anything of value
    vacant
    without an occupant or incumbent
    vacant
    void of thought or knowledge
    vacuous
    devoid of matter
    void
    containing nothing
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  2. adjective
    having the normally expected amount
    “gives full measure”
    synonyms: good
    ample
    more than enough in size or scope or capacity
  3. adjective
    constituting the full quantity or extent; complete
    “gave full attention”
    synonyms: entire, total
    whole
    including all components without exception; being one unit or constituting the full amount or extent or duration; complete
  4. adjective
    complete in extent or degree and in every particular
    “a full game”
    synonyms: total
    complete
    having every necessary or normal part or component or step
  5. adjective
    being at a peak or culminating point
    full summer”
    synonyms: broad
    high
    greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount
  6. adjective
    filled to satisfaction with food or drink
    “a full stomach”
    synonyms: replete
    nourished
    being provided with adequate nourishment
  7. adjective
    having ample fabric
    “a full skirt”
    synonyms: wide, wide-cut
    ample
    more than enough in size or scope or capacity
  8. adverb
    to the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely; (`full' in this sense is used as a combining form)
    “knew full well”
    full-grown”
    full-fledged”
    synonyms: fully, to the full
  9. verb
    make (a garment) fuller by pleating or gathering
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    type of:
    alter, change, modify
    cause to change; make different; cause a transformation
  10. adjective
    (of sound) having marked deepness and body
    full tones”
    “a full voice”
    Synonyms:
    booming, stentorian
    used of the voice
    grumbling, rumbling
    continuous full and low-pitched throbbing sound
    plangent
    loud and resounding
    rich
    pleasantly full and mellow
    orotund, pear-shaped, rotund, round
    (of sounds) full and rich
    heavy, sonorous
    full and loud and deep
    sounding
    having volume or deepness
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    Antonyms:
    thin
    (of sound) lacking resonance or volume
    pale
    not full or rich
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  11. verb
    increase in phase
    synonyms: wax
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    Antonyms:
    wane
    decrease in phase
    type of:
    increase
    become bigger or greater in amount
  12. noun
    the time when the Moon is fully illuminated
    “the moon is at the full
    synonyms: full moon, full phase of the moon, full-of-the-moon
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    types:
    harvest moon
    the full moon nearest the September equinox
    type of:
    phase of the moon
    a time when the Moon presents a particular recurring appearance
  13. verb
    beat for the purpose of cleaning and thickening
    full the cloth”
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    type of:
    beat
    hit repeatedly
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