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Lexicographically close words:
fulfilments; fulfils; fulfyll; fulgent; fuliginous; fullback; fulle; fulled; fuller; fullered
  1. Such were the marks of his early years; how full of promise for, how exactly answered by, his future ones.

  2. Its stream was too deep and too full to flow otherwise than silently.

  3. His early life was full with the promise of the later; the youth was the fair pledge of the coming manhood.

  4. And God's word is as full of instances illustrating the one truth, as it is of those illustrating the other.

  5. All superfluous instructions flow from the too full memory.

  6. You jostle every thing that is in your way, if with an appointment full in your mind you are away to Maecenas.

  7. Golden plenty has poured out the fruits of Italy from a full horn.

  8. But he knew full well that his cartridges were all too few.

  9. Sandy came back into the warmth and fire-glow of the rift and lay down at full length in front of the blaze.

  10. Stoutly laced leather boots encased their legs as far as the knees, and altogether, to anyone encountering them, they would have looked to the full the part of efficiency and capability demanded by the problems of the north woods.

  11. At the same instant, the boys, who had heard Joe's shout, came running into the tent, their arms full of wood.

  12. But his warning came just about the same instant that Sandy, skimming at full speed over the ice near the Yukon Rover's hull, gave a howl of dismay as he felt the ice give way under him.

  13. He ver' wise, all same one tree full of zee owl," declared old Joe, noting this.

  14. They'll stuff the dogs full and give us a meal besides.

  15. Dat long time ago, when Joe Picquet, who is old, was yoong man, strong and full of life.

  16. As for the dogs, they frisked and capered in the snow with unaccustomed playfulness after their full meal, till old Joe summoned them to the harness.

  17. Across the snow came winging, in full flight, a flock of fine, plump snow-grouse.

  18. About three o'clock the sky was full of tiny flakes which came through the still, silent air with a steady, monotonous persistency that presaged a heavy downfall.

  19. At last one of them, a fine, fat fellow, came into full view.

  20. A laugh from Sandy was the only answer as he shot off under full steam.

  21. Ber-ber-but these woods seem full of ghosts!

  22. And the young lady drew herself up with a tremendous accession of dignity to the full height of her little figure.

  23. I confess I do not see your drift," she said, wishing to draw him on to a full disclosure.

  24. Although she was full of natural indignation at the treatment that she met with, to gain her purpose, she was forced to dissemble her anger, and answer all the questions put to her in a cool and collected manner.

  25. Doctor Jolly used to say that perhaps some sudden shock of grief or joy might restore the poor girl to the full possession of her senses.

  26. The doctor, however, was too full of common sense to make any allowance for heroics.

  27. I try to get furskins from animals that were killed when in full fur and before they have started to shed, but some of the skins I have traded in are raw, and will have to be dried.

  28. Commander Peary's face was lined and seamed, his beard was fully an inch in length, and his mustaches, which had been closely cropped before he left the ship, had again attained their full flowing length.

  29. The next morning was to be our launching, and we went to sleep full of the thought of what was before us.

  30. The fields of ice and snow sparkled and glistened and the daylight lasted for the full twenty-four hours.

  31. A more likely idea is that she has been crushed by the ice, and sunk, and the skeleton of her hulk strewn along the bottom of the sea, full many a fathom deep.

  32. Under full steam we passed the Farmyard, a group of small islands which lie off the coast.

  33. Roosevelt, under full steam, set out and rapidly worked her way down Kennedy Channel.

  34. His sledge, containing all his belongings, is placed close beside this structure, and his dogs harnessed to his sledge are strangled, and stretched their full length, with their forepaws extended.

  35. Two other figures in the picture above mentioned are habited in long cloaks reaching to the feet, with full sleeves; the cloak of the dark figure lined and bordered with miniver, and the other of a different fur.

  36. In the example given from "Jacquemin," the head-dress represents a ship in full sail.

  37. Sir George Lewis expressed his lofty contempt for the Haddock, and Lord Palmerston kippered him in a speech full of good fun.

  38. It is full of trouble and care and sorrow; abide here in this quiet spot till you are prepared to meet the vexations of that outer world.

  39. This was very sad; yet Margaret was so gentle and uncomplaining that from aught she said you never would have thought her life was full of suffering.

  40. And the flames of old Jans's forge leaped up higher than ever into the Northern sky, carrying the joyous tidings to the Star, and full of music was that happy night.

  41. How full of memories it is--what tenderness and harmony--and oh!

  42. And the tree loved the Master for His beauty and His goodness; and when He came to the forest it was full of joy, but when He came not it was sad.

  43. The king, king, king," twittered the sparrows, and their little tones were full of gladness and praise.

  44. Among those who so often gathered to hear the gentle sick girl tell her pretty stories was a youth of Margaret's age,--older than the others, a youth with sturdy frame and a face full of candor and earnestness.

  45. Of course we can't comprehend Divine mercy; we only know that it is full of compassion,--a compassion infinitely tenderer and sweeter than ours.

  46. A most admirable novel, excellent in style, flashing with humor, and full of the ripest and wisest reflections upon men and women.

  47. Therefore I will do anything but go away before my eyes have fed me full of you and I can bear another day's fasting!

  48. She had evidently been washing her hair, for it was loose and was combed out over her shoulders in red-auburn waves; and the shorter locks at her temples and round her forehead floated out in little clouds full of rich but transparent colour.

  49. You see, I am well informed, for the Cardinal knows everything; and if he says that your marriage is not valid, you may be sure that he is not speaking carelessly or without full information.

  50. The secretary disappeared for a short time and returned with the leathern purse containing the confiscated money, which, as he informed Trombin, must be counted out to the full satisfaction of the Maestro.

  51. Trombin in a laughing tone, for the jest she unconsciously made in using the single word seemed to him full of humour.

  52. This being settled after hearing a few bars, Stradella quietly gave himself up to the pleasure of looking at the young girl, though he often turned towards the Senator, who expected admiration at every full close, and meant to get it.

  53. The air is full of the breath of life, the deep earth is still soft, and all trees and flowers and grasses still feel the tender youth of the spring that is not yet quite gone.

  54. He tells an absorbing story, and he places at the centre of it a woman whose character is full of interest.

  55. She bent forwards, watching him with parted lips and eyes full of wonder, scarcely breathing till he finished the stanza and spoke to her again.

  56. I will have the coping stuck full of broken glass from end to end before night.

  57. Through the gorge of this glen they found access to a black bog, of tremendous extent, full of large pit-holes, which they traversed with great difficulty and some danger, by tracks which no one but a Highlander could have followed.

  58. NOTE 5 I have now given in the text the full name of this gallant and excellent man, and proceed to copy the account of his remarkable conversion, as related by Doctor Doddridge.

  59. There are mists too in the mental as well as the natural horizon, to conceal what is less pleasing in distant objects, and there are happy lights, to stream in full glory upon those points which can profit by brilliant illumination.

  60. On the contrary, hammer clashed and anvil rang, the bellows groaned, and the whole apparatus of Vulcan appeared to be in full activity.

  61. Waverley repeated his question, to which his host answered in a proverb,-- What sent the messengers to hell, Was asking what they knew full well.

  62. It would be impossible for the reader, even were I to insert the letters at full length, to comprehend the real cause of their being written, without a glance into the interior of the British cabinet at the period in question.

  63. Emblem of England's ancient faith, Full proudly may thy branches wave, Where loyalty lies low in death, And valour fills a timeless grave.

  64. Their mouths were full of the flex, for I pulled a piece of the garment from their jaws.

  65. The mysterious workings of the Midshipman-mind found full play on these occasions, as they tumbled about in the bottom of the boat in the unfettered enjoyment of a whole-hearted "scrap.

  66. His adversary's glove should have landed full in his face; but so perfectly was his defence timed that it just reached him and no more.

  67. He allowed his imagination full rein for a moment.

  68. The evicted snipers eventually returned with their caps full of plovers' eggs, to find a fire of bleached twigs blazing and sausages frizzling in the frying-pan.

  69. The position he had selected commanded a full view of the course, and there his responsibilities in the affair ended.

  70. The engines are labouring at full speed, but we are scarcely making any headway.

  71. The ship had swung on the tide at an angle to the course that obscured full view of the start.

  72. The air's full of mystery, too; there are five Admirals up there, and one's a perfect dear.

  73. Those of the ship's company who desired a full complete spectacle from start to finish were to go away and anchor at some convenient point in the line, from which an uninterrupted panorama could be obtained.

  74. As they passed out of the door they met the Marine postman entering with his arms full of letters and papers.

  75. A bit bored, of course, but full of ginger.

  76. If you have ever seen young foxes at play, buffeting each other, yelping with simulated anguish, nuzzling endearments half savage and half in play, you have an idea of the bottom of a cutter full of Midshipmen proceeding on a picnic.

  77. Round this table were seated, in full gossip, the maids and the matrons, with a slight sprinkling of the bolder young gentlemen who had been taught to please the fair.

  78. However, to console us, we have most other vices in full force.

  79. Marriage had given her the right to an independent judgment, she thought--the full authority of the woman.

  80. He caught her firmly by the shoulders, his blue eyes full of anger.

  81. He cursed his father, his hand clenched, his green eyes full of spite.

  82. I can quite understand that," said the other and his voice was full of sympathy.

  83. He bent forward so that the light fell full on the sheet before him.

  84. He felt the strain in her voice and hurried on, full of compassion.

  85. For the object of her journey was a meeting with Stephen Somerfield; her thoughts were full of that young man to the exclusion of all else.

  86. Little she guessed that the man beside her caught the full meaning of the words: that his last rancour vanished with it as he guessed the truth underlying the speech.

  87. Up went Mario's hands, surprised, full of joy and admiration.

  88. It's getting the full swell round the headland.

  89. Full of slang, but, to the lover, a priceless pearl of composition.

  90. She would have a double right of entry in the Maramonte family circle and indulge to the full her love of intrigue.

  91. He dropped in to see me, last night, full of trouble.

  92. She looked at her husband, full of honest pride for him.

  93. He watched his noble guests depart without regret, then sat down to write a hurried line to Jill, full of heart-felt sympathy.

  94. She gave him a full history of the Ritualistic organist's handsome offer to her of his H.

  95. Botany should be insisted on as a necessary accession to the stock of the detectives' learning; and especially would we have them instructed in a full knowledge of the leguminous vegetables--such as beans.

  96. The history of Hollingbourne is full of interest.

  97. The red-brick house has been a good deal altered during the present century, but is still full of memorials of Evelyn.

  98. The place is full of historic associations.

  99. His people are as full of common-sense as Defoe's.

  100. Mr. Moore has written novels that are full of faults.

  101. This "full and fair exercise" became a despised, almost a lost, tradition after Chaucer's death.

  102. His conversation, though delicate and finished, brimmed full of interest in life and affairs: but let him enter his study, and its walls became a hedge.

  103. A few days later he was at work on Weir of Hermiston, laboring "at the full pitch of his powers and in the conscious happiness of their exercise.

  104. But since Sterne had this ideal, let us grant him full liberty to make his spoon or spoil his horn, and let us judge afterwards concerning the result.

  105. But perhaps the full enormity of the cant about Penny Dreadfuls can best be perceived by travelling to and fro for a week between London and Paris and observing the books read by those who travel with first-class tickets.

  106. Those who start with their heads full of great thoughts, and are from the first occupied rather with their matter than with the manner of expressing it.

  107. Horne said most acutely that the principle of Chaucer's rhythm is "inseparable from a full and fair exercise of the genius of our language in versification.

  108. Illustration] Sing a song of sixpence, a pocket full of rye, Four-and-twenty blackbirds baked in a pie.

  109. Its song is now remarkable among the full choir for sweetness, loudness, and long continuance.

  110. This was to be searched for before or at the August full moon, in the eldest of a brood.

  111. A full account of all that has since been learnt of the Swallow's history will be found in Yarrell's British Birds.

  112. They fly swiftly in a straight line, and seem to be kept from dipping into the water by making ahead at full speed.

  113. By spring they have attained their full strength, and are able to adopt the more rapid mode of progress.

  114. He says that when the young birds had attained their full size, it was the custom to drive them from the island into nets disposed along the shore of the lake.

  115. After a few days it acquires its full powers of voice.

  116. It seems probable that an unusually long time elapses before they attain their full size, for the dimensions of different individuals vary to a remarkable degree.

  117. When she was away from Ditmar and tried to think about it she fell into an abject perplexity, so full was it of anomalies and contradictions, of conflicting impulses; so far beyond her knowledge and experience.

  118. You're chock full of ginger, but it's been all corked up.

  119. The Luxembourg Gardens, the very benches along the Boul' Miche' were full of lovers: he could not stir from the house without encountering them.

  120. He pictured as hers a distant country of deep valleys full of clamoring streams and high mountains where white roses grew.

  121. He wondered if she were some revolutionary exile: Paris was always full of revolutionary exiles.

  122. It was a beautiful day in the Bois, with half of Paris there: carriages from the Faubourg St. Germain, motors of the smart set, hired conveyances full of tourists.

  123. He rode as fast as the steep descent permitted, and only once, at a sharp twist of the way, a full mile down the mountain, did he allow himself to turn in his saddle and look back.

  124. An Account of an Empty Purse and a Full Heart, in the Course of Which the Author Barely Escapes Telling a Very Old Story 169 XI.

  125. There's just one bock 'twixt you and me, and I'll catch up full soon!

  126. She was gowned in a single-piece Basque dress of embroidered silk, closely fitted about her full lithe figure to below the hips, the skirt widening and hanging loosely about her slim ankles.

  127. It was only very slowly that there came to him the full realization of his loss, and then it came with all the agony with which a return to life is said to come to one narrowly saved from death by drowning.

  128. His uncle had been very annoying: Charlie should have been at work at the Bibliotheque Nationale a full half-hour ago.

  129. Below, Refrogne's lilacs were in full bloom, and the laughter of Refrogne's children rose from among them as piercing sweet as the scent of the flowers.

  130. He thought of trusting to the instinct of the mare, but that soon failed him: the animal came to a full stop.

  131. The trees grew close together, and the creek, full to the top, cooled the air; it was racing merrily along, several fine salmon on its surface.

  132. Flinging aside the scarf, she clasped her hands under rigid arms, as if leaning on them the full weight of her tiny body.

  133. It looks full of gold and red in this light, and I want to see it spread out in the sun.

  134. Thorpe noted that when talking on subjects which appealed to the intellect alone, her face changed strikingly: the heavy lids lifted, the eyes sparkled coldly, the mouth lost its full curves.

  135. Again there was no reply; but the horses, gratefully construing the final syllable to their own needs, came to a full stop.

  136. And they wore full flowered gowns with pointed bodice, rebosos draped about their dark graceful heads.

  137. Her father was deeply anxious, full of gloomy forebodings.

  138. The plaza was deserted; here and there, on the verandahs of the low adobe houses surrounding it, officers lay at full length in hammocks, smoking or reading, occasionally flirting with some one in white.

  139. Mr. Randolph was full of anecdote and information, and enjoyed scintillating.

  140. The full soft gown with its ruffles of lace rose and fell like billows of cloud, and in and out of a strip of crimson silk she twined and twisted herself to the slow scarce-audible vibration of her voice.

  141. The moon, which stood great and full in the heavens, lighted up this curious group, and threw three long, dark shadows over the plain.

  142. Well, I think we have already made many beautiful things of it," said Gottsched, in the full consciousness of his own fame.

  143. He crouched close to the wall and removed the mortar and chalk carefully; he then drew out a stone and took from under it a purse full of gold.

  144. He then said to her, in a voice full of emotion: "I have but this last favor to ask of your majesty, that you will now leave this room, so that my soldiers may enter it.

  145. He played a gay and brilliant solo, full of double trills and rhapsodies; it was an astounding medley, which seemed to make a triumphal march over the instrument, overcoming all difficulties.

  146. Staggering and creeping along by the wall, he returned to his prison, which he had left so short a time before full of happy hopes.

  147. Another must be sent--a messenger full of courage, determination, and hardihood.

  148. Observe Nature's grand silence, yet the air is full of a thousand voices, and the white clouds wandering dreamily in the blue heavens above, are they not the misty veils with which the gods of Olympus conceal their charms?

  149. Princess Wilhelmina sat opposite, she had not yet looked at him, but she now threw him a glance full of inexpressible pity, and raised her glass hastily to her lips.

  150. He need not now suppress the sighs and groans that had almost choked him; he could give the tears, welling to his eyes like burning fire, full vent; he could cool his feverish brow upon the stone floor, in the agony of his soul.

  151. I have studied mankind, and with full conviction I can assure you the war is not at an end, and, instead of the palm of peace, the apple of discord will flourish.

  152. And giving his passionate nature full play, he approached General Winterfeldt, who was whispering to Marshal Schwerin.

  153. Micky, "the woods seem to be full of 'retired' politicians.

  154. Brighter'n a dollar and full of ambition and the opportunity hop.

  155. If you only start his brain half-working it's worth a couple of normal ones under full head.

  156. Full in the radiance from the street lamp, his eyes burned with the fire lighted from the dying, crimson embers of an autumn sunset upon a hearth of gray, and behind the flame brooded the deep shadows of despair.

  157. The Irishman's breath, heavy with whisky, smote the fallen boss full in the face.

  158. Anyway, my friend might have been a sextette or a full chorus choir, for they all looked alike to me about that time.

  159. He told it wholly without animation, the fruits of success as ashes upon his lips, only a dull hopelessness in his haggard face as he looked full in renunciation of her.

  160. The girl averted her eyes; they were full of tears.

  161. Now her tone held in its full the divine finality of choice, for weal or woe.

  162. Micky worked feverishly for a couple of days after that, his heart full of misgiving.

  163. The symptoms held an arid familiarity which was swiftly allied with self contempt, as sleep yielded full place to awakened consciousness.

  164. The rescuer laughed a great mellow, resounding laugh full into Mr. Mulligan's unlovely face.

  165. Who could have foreseen, then, in the first photo-engraving processes, such possibilities as photographic printing in full colors, or moving picture films?

  166. As usual, the bugle summons the men from repose at an early hour on the 17th and not a little rejoicing follows the announcement that rations are to be drawn, so that the day's exactions will begin on full stomachs.

  167. Titles in small capitals indicate heads of the several divisions of the history and, in enumerating regiments from the different states, full faced type represents the number of the organization, other the page.

  168. The ground was open between the piece and woods; the enemy had a full view of the exploit; and Breathed at last dashed off unharmed, miraculously escaping through a shower of bullets.

  169. Each bunk was long enough for a tall man to stretch out at full length with his head upon his knapsack and wide enough for two men to sleep comfortably, side by side.

  170. Though we find roses in full bloom considerably earlier than at home, this does not offset hungry stomachs.

  171. Meade, all this on the 3rd, they know full well that the days of winterquarters are all but ended; certainty is added to surety when, at 10 p.

  172. Everybody expected to storm the enemy's works at some time on this day; knapsacks were piled up that full use of all the muscles might be had.

  173. Very full and explicit instructions had been issued to the designated troops, and the utmost care had been taken to insure the safety of the entrenchments during the movement.

  174. But nature itself, as Thales said, is "full of gods," instinct with divine life.

  175. The world, and especially the world of life, is undoubtedly full of what is de facto purposive.

  176. For full scope is here given to the idea that mind and the mental sciences have their own particular field.

  177. For here, if anywhere, we must recognise the limitations of our knowledge; the impossibility of attaining to a full understanding of the true nature and depths of things applies to the inquiring mind and its hidden nature.

  178. Let us suppose for a moment that we had to do with a world without strict nexus and definite order of sequence, without law and without order, full of capricious phenomena, unregulated associations, an inconstant play of causes.

  179. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "full" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    absolute; abundant; active; addled; adipose; affluent; alive; all; ample; amplitude; aplenty; beefy; beery; bemused; besotted; bloated; blocked; booming; bottomless; bound; bountiful; brawny; brimming; bristling; broad; bulging; bulky; burly; bursting; buxom; capacity; chubby; circumstantial; close; coarse; colored; compact; complete; comprehensive; congested; congestion; consequential; considerable; constipated; copious; corpulent; crammed; crass; crawling; crowded; dead; deafening; deep; definite; dense; detailed; developed; diffuse; disgusted; distended; dizzy; drenched; drunk; drunken; dumpy; effuse; engorged; entire; epidemic; eventful; exact; exactly; exhaustive; expansive; extensive; extravagant; exuberant; fat; fertile; filled; finicky; firm; fleshy; flush; flustered; forte; fortissimo; fou; foul; fouled; full; fullness; fussy; galore; gay; generous; giddy; global; glorious; glutted; good; gorged; grand; grave; great; gross; happy; heavy; hefty; imbued; implicit; imposing; inclusive; inebriate; inexhaustible; intact; integral; intense; intoxicated; irresistible; itemized; jaded; jammed; jolly; lavish; liberal; limitless; loud; lusty; luxuriant; main; many; massive; mature; matured; maudlin; maximal; maximum; meaty; mellow; merry; meticulous; mighty; minute; much; muddled; nice; numerous; obese; obstructed; open; opulent; outright; overfed; overflowing; overfull; overstuffed; overweight; packed; particular; paunchy; pealing; perfect; perfectly; picayune; piercing; plangent; plenary; plenitude; plenteous; plentiful; plenty; plethora; plop; plugged; plumb; plump; plunk; podgy; populous; portly; powerful; precise; precisely; prevailing; prevalent; prodigal; productive; profuse; pudgy; puffy; pulsing; rampant; reeling; replete; repletion; resonant; resounding; rich; rife; right; ringing; riotous; ripe; rolling; roomy; rotund; round; sated; satiate; satiated; satisfied; saturated; saturation; serious; serried; smack; soaked; sodden; solemn; solid; sonorous; sound; spacious; special; specific; square; squarely; squat; stained; stalwart; stentorian; stocky; stopped; stout; straight; strapping; strong; stuffed; superabundant; supersaturated; surfeit; surfeited; swarming; swollen; teeming; thick; thickset; thorough; throbbing; thunderous; tipsy; total; unbound; unbounded; unconditional; unconfined; uncut; undiminished; undivided; unequivocal; unexpurgated; unlimited; unmeasured; unqualified; unrestricted; utter; vibrant; vibrating; viscous; wealthy; whole; wholesale; wide

    Some related collocations, pairs and triplets of words:
    full blast; full blossom; full career; full development; full dress; full face; full flight; full flower; full gallop; full gilt; full growth; full hour; full knowledge; full length; full measure; full name; full page; full pardon; full report; full song; full stomach; full stop; full term; full view; fully convinced; fully satisfied