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To help you avoid using the same word too repetitively, redundantly, recurrently, incessantly, etc., etc.

Why synonyms can be useful

Your writing can sound boring if you continually keep repeating the same words. When you create sentences, you can make them more interesting by using words that mean the same as the word you are speaking about. This allows you to add flavor to your writing.

In order to make language a lot more expressive and interesting you should try to vary the words you use as often as you can.

Synonyms for (noun) full

Synonyms: full, full moon, full phase of the moon, full-of-the-moon Definition: the time when the Moon is fully illuminated Usage: the moon is at the full

Hypernyms: phase of the moon Definition: a time when the Moon presents a particular recurring appearance

Synonyms for (verb) full

Synonyms: full, wax Definition: increase in phase Usage: the moon is waxing

Hypernyms: increase Definition: become bigger or greater in amount Usage: The amount of work increased

Synonyms: full Definition: make (a garment) fuller by pleating or gathering

Hypernyms: alter, change, modify Definition: cause to change; make different; cause a transformation Usage: The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city; The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue

Synonyms: full Definition: beat for the purpose of cleaning and thickening Usage: full the cloth

Hypernyms: beat Definition: hit repeatedly Usage: beat on the door; beat the table with his shoe

Synonyms for (adjective) full

Synonyms: full, good Definition: having the normally expected amount Usage: gives full measure; gives good measure; a good mile from here

Hypernyms: ample Definition: more than enough in size or scope or capacity Usage: had ample food for the party; an ample supply

Synonyms: full, wide, wide-cut Definition: having ample fabric Usage: the current taste for wide trousers; a full skirt

Hypernyms: ample Definition: more than enough in size or scope or capacity Usage: had ample food for the party; an ample supply

Synonyms: total, full, entire Definition: constituting the full quantity or extent; complete Usage: an entire town devastated by an earthquake; gave full attention; a total failure

Hypernyms: whole Definition: including all components without exception; being one unit or constituting the full amount or extent or duration; complete Usage: gave his whole attention; a whole wardrobe for the tropics; the whole hog; a whole week; the baby cried the whole trip home; a whole loaf of bread

Synonyms: full, total Definition: complete in extent or degree and in every particular Usage: a full game; a total eclipse; a total disaster

Hypernyms: complete Definition: having every necessary or normal part or component or step Usage: a complete meal; a complete wardrobe; a complete set of the Britannica; a complete set of china; a complete defeat; a complete accounting

Synonyms: full Definition: containing as much or as many as is possible or normal Usage: a full glass; a sky full of stars; a full life; the auditorium was full to overflowing

Hypernyms: flooded, overflowing, inundated, awash, afloat Definition: covered with water Usage: the main deck was afloat (or awash); the monsoon left the whole place awash; a flooded bathroom; inundated farmlands; an overflowing tub

Hypernyms: air-filled Definition: full of air

Hypernyms: brimful, brimfull, brimming Definition: filled to capacity Usage: a brimful cup; I am brimful of chowder; a child brimming over with curiosity; eyes brimming with tears

Hypernyms: chock-full, chockablock, chockful, choke-full, chuck-full, cram full Definition: packed full to capacity Usage: chowder chockablock with pieces of fish

Hypernyms: congested, engorged Definition: overfull as with blood

Hypernyms: egg-filled Definition: full of eggs

Hypernyms: filled Definition: (usually followed by `with' or used as a combining form) generously supplied with Usage: theirs was a house filled with laughter; a large hall filled with rows of desks; fog-filled air

Hypernyms: fraught, pregnant Definition: filled with or attended with Usage: words fraught with meaning; an incident fraught with danger; a silence pregnant with suspense

Hypernyms: gas-filled Definition: full of a gas

Hypernyms: overfull, glutted Definition: exceeding demand Usage: a glutted market

Hypernyms: heavy, weighed down Definition: full of; bearing great weight Usage: trees heavy with fruit; vines weighed down with grapes

Hypernyms: instinct, replete Definition: (followed by `with')deeply filled or permeated Usage: imbued with the spirit of the Reformation; words instinct with love; it is replete with misery

Hypernyms: laden, ladened, loaded Definition: filled with a great quantity Usage: a tray loaded with dishes; table laden with food; `ladened' is not current usage

Hypernyms: overladen, overloaded Definition: loaded past capacity

Hypernyms: riddled Definition: spread throughout Usage: cities riddled with corruption

Hypernyms: sperm-filled Definition: filled with sperm

Hypernyms: stuffed Definition: filled with something Usage: a stuffed turkey

Hypernyms: stuffed Definition: crammed with food Usage: a full stomach; I feel stuffed

Hypernyms: untasted, untouched Definition: still full Usage: an untouched cocktail in her hand

Hypernyms: well-lined Definition: full of money Usage: a well-lined purse

Synonyms: full, broad Definition: being at a peak or culminating point Usage: broad daylight; full summer

Hypernyms: high Definition: greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount Usage: a high temperature; a high price; the high point of his career; high risks; has high hopes; the river is high; he has a high opinion of himself

Synonyms: full Definition: (of sound) having marked deepness and body Usage: full tones; a full voice

Hypernyms: stentorian, booming Definition: used of the voice

Hypernyms: rumbling, grumbling Definition: continuous full and low-pitched throbbing sound Usage: the rumbling rolling sound of thunder

Hypernyms: plangent Definition: loud and resounding Usage: plangent bells; the plangent minority

Hypernyms: rich Definition: pleasantly full and mellow Usage: a rich tenor voice

Hypernyms: pear-shaped, orotund, rotund, round Definition: (of sounds) full and rich Usage: orotund tones; the rotund and reverberating phrase; pear-shaped vowels

Hypernyms: sonorous, heavy Definition: full and loud and deep Usage: heavy sounds; a herald chosen for his sonorous voice

Hypernyms: sounding Definition: having volume or deepness Usage: sounding brass and a tinkling cymbal; the sounding cataract haunted me like a passion- Wordsworth

Synonyms: full, replete Definition: filled to satisfaction with food or drink Usage: a full stomach

Hypernyms: nourished Definition: being provided with adequate nourishment