Definition of


  1. (adv, all) to the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely; (`full' in this sense is used as a combining form)
    he didn't fully understand
    knew full well
  2. (adv, all) sufficiently; more than adequately
    they were fully (or amply) fed
  3. (adv, all) referring to a quantity

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Synonyms of Fully

amply, full, in full, to the full

Words that sound like Fully

fa la, fable, fail, faille, fal la, fall, fall away, falla, fallal, fallow, feeble, feebly, feel, fell, fella, fellah

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