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General dictionaries General (32 matching dictionaries)
  1. full: Wikimedia Commons US English Pronunciations [home, info]
  2. full: Dictionary/thesaurus [home, info]
  3. full: LookWAYup Translating Dictionary/Thesaurus [home, info]
  4. full: WordNet 1.7 Vocabulary Helper [home, info]
  5. full: Mnemonic Dictionary [home, info]
  6. full: Free Dictionary [home, info]
  7. full: Stammtisch Beau Fleuve Acronyms [home, info]
  8. full: Webster's 1828 Dictionary [home, info]
  9. full: AllWords.com Multi-Lingual Dictionary [home, info]
  10. full: Rhymezone [home, info]
  11. full: Webster's Revised Unabridged, 1913 Edition [home, info]
  12. Full: Online Plain Text English Dictionary [home, info]
  13. Full: Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia [home, info]
  14. full: Cambridge International Dictionary of Idioms [home, info]
  15. full: Cambridge Dictionary of American English [home, info]
  16. full: UltraLingua English Dictionary [home, info]
  17. full (v.), full (adj.): Online Etymology Dictionary [home, info]
  18. full, Full: Dictionary.com [home, info]
  19. full: Infoplease Dictionary [home, info]
  20. full: The Wordsmyth English Dictionary-Thesaurus [home, info]
  21. full: Webster's New World College Dictionary, 4th Ed. [home, info]
  22. full: Wiktionary [home, info]
  23. full: Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary [home, info]
  24. full, Full: Wordnik [home, info]
  25. full: Macmillan Dictionary [home, info]
  26. full: Vocabulary.com [home, info]
  27. full: Collins English Dictionary [home, info]
  28. full, full: American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]
  29. full, full: Oxford Dictionaries [home, info]
  30. full: Merriam-Webster.com [home, info]

Art dictionaries Art (3 matching dictionaries)
  1. FULL: Shakespeare Glossary [home, info]
  2. full: Epicurus.com Coffee Glossary [home, info]
  3. Full: Epicurus.com Tea Glossary [home, info]

Business dictionaries Business (5 matching dictionaries)
  1. Full: Financial dictionary [home, info]
  2. full: Legal dictionary [home, info]
  3. Full: Bloomberg Financial Glossary [home, info]
  4. full: INVESTORWORDS [home, info]
  5. Full: MoneyGlossary.com [home, info]

Computing dictionaries Computing (1 matching dictionary)
  1. full: Encyclopedia [home, info]

Medicine dictionaries Medicine (1 matching dictionary)
  1. full-, full: online medical dictionary [home, info]

Miscellaneous dictionaries Miscellaneous (3 matching dictionaries)
  1. full: Idioms [home, info]
  2. FULL: AbbreviationZ [home, info]
  3. FULL: Tea Terms [home, info]

Slang dictionaries Slang (1 matching dictionary)
  1. full: Urban Dictionary [home, info]

Sports dictionaries Sports (3 matching dictionaries)
  1. Full: Texas Hold'em Dictionary [home, info]
  2. full: Hickok Sports Glossaries [home, info]
  3. Full: Body Building [home, info]

Tech dictionaries Tech (2 matching dictionaries)
  1. full: Glossary of Coffee Terminology [home, info]
  2. full: Book Binding [home, info]

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Quick definitions from WordNet (full)

verb:  make (a garment) fuller by pleating or gathering
verb:  beat for the purpose of cleaning and thickening ("Full the cloth")
verb:  increase in phase
adjective:  (of sound) having marked depth and body ("Full tones")
adjective:  filled to satisfaction with food or drink ("A full stomach")
adjective:  having the normally expected amount ("Gives full measure")
adjective:  complete in extent or degree and in every particular ("A full game")
adjective:  containing as much or as many as is possible or normal ("A full glass")
adjective:  constituting the full quantity or extent; complete ("Gave full attention")
adjective:  not separated into parts or shares; constituting an undivided unit ("A full share")
adjective:  having ample fabric ("A full skirt")
adverb:  to the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely; (`full' in this sense is used as a combining form) ("Fully grown")

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Phrases that include full:   full blooded, full bodied, full nelson, full employment, full page, more...

Words similar to full:   broad, entire, fulled, fuller, fullest, fulling, fullness, fully, fulness, good, replete, total, undivided, wax, wide, wide-cut, overcrowded, sated, to the full, more...


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