Definition of full

Scrabble & Words with friends points


  • full is a valid Scrabble US word with a point value of 7
  • full is a valid Scrabble UK word with a point value of 7
  • full is a valid Words with friends word with a point value of 10

Definition of full


  • increase in phase (verb)

    Synonyms

    1. wax
  • the time when the Moon is fully illuminated (noun)

    Examples

    1. the moon is at the full

    Synonyms

    1. full-of-the-moon
    2. full moon
    3. full phase of the moon
  • to the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely; (`full' in this sense is used as a combining form) (adverb)

    Examples

    1. fully grown
    2. he didn't fully understand
    3. knew full well
    4. full-grown
    5. full-fledged

    Synonyms

    1. fully
    2. to the full
  • constituting the full quantity or extent; complete (adjective)

    Examples

    1. gave full attention

    Synonyms

    1. entire
    2. total
  • having the normally expected amount (adjective)

    Examples

    1. gives full measure

    Synonyms

    1. good
  • complete in extent or degree and in every particular (adjective)

    Examples

    1. a full game

    Synonyms

    1. total
  • having ample fabric (adjective)

    Examples

    1. a full skirt

    Synonyms

    1. wide
    2. wide-cut
  • filled to satisfaction with food or drink (adjective)

    Examples

    1. a full stomach

    Synonyms

    1. replete
  • being at a peak or culminating point (adjective)

    Examples

    1. full summer

    Synonyms

    1. broad
  • beat for the purpose of cleaning and thickening (verb)

    Examples

    1. full the cloth
  • containing as much or as many as is possible or normal (adjective)

    Examples

    1. a full glass
    2. a sky full of stars
    3. a full life
    4. the auditorium was full to overflowing
  • make (a garment) fuller by pleating or gathering (verb)
  • (of sound) having marked deepness and body (adjective)

    Examples

    1. full tones
    2. a full voice

See definition of full in Merriam Webster

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