Synonyms for full

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

Similar words: 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

Similar words: 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

Similar words: 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

Similar words: 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

Similar words: 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

Similar words: 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

Similar words: 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

Similar words: 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

Similar words: 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


Similar words: air-filled

Definition: full of air


Similar words: 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


Similar words: chock-full, chockablock, chockful, choke-full, chuck-full, cram full

Definition: packed full to capacity

Usage: chowder chockablock with pieces of fish


Similar words: congested, engorged

Definition: overfull as with blood


Similar words: egg-filled

Definition: full of eggs


Similar words: 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


Similar words: fraught, pregnant

Definition: filled with or attended with

Usage: words fraught with meaning; an incident fraught with danger; a silence pregnant with suspense


Similar words: gas-filled

Definition: full of a gas


Similar words: overfull, glutted

Definition: exceeding demand

Usage: a glutted market


Similar words: heavy, weighed down

Definition: full of; bearing great weight

Usage: trees heavy with fruit; vines weighed down with grapes


Similar words: 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


Similar words: laden, ladened, loaded

Definition: filled with a great quantity

Usage: a tray loaded with dishes; table laden with food; `ladened' is not current usage


Similar words: overladen, overloaded

Definition: loaded past capacity


Similar words: riddled

Definition: spread throughout

Usage: cities riddled with corruption


Similar words: sperm-filled

Definition: filled with sperm


Similar words: stuffed

Definition: filled with something

Usage: a stuffed turkey


Similar words: stuffed

Definition: crammed with food

Usage: a full stomach; I feel stuffed


Similar words: untasted, untouched

Definition: still full

Usage: an untouched cocktail in her hand


Similar words: 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

Similar words: 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

Similar words: stentorian, booming

Definition: used of the voice


Similar words: rumbling, grumbling

Definition: continuous full and low-pitched throbbing sound

Usage: the rumbling rolling sound of thunder


Similar words: plangent

Definition: loud and resounding

Usage: plangent bells; the plangent minority


Similar words: rich

Definition: pleasantly full and mellow

Usage: a rich tenor voice


Similar words: pear-shaped, orotund, rotund, round

Definition: (of sounds) full and rich

Usage: orotund tones; the rotund and reverberating phrase; pear-shaped vowels


Similar words: sonorous, heavy

Definition: full and loud and deep

Usage: heavy sounds; a herald chosen for his sonorous voice


Similar words: 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

Similar words: nourished

Definition: being provided with adequate nourishment