Definition of Fullness

1. Noun. Completeness over a broad scope.

Exact synonyms: Comprehensiveness
Generic synonyms: Completeness
Attributes: Comprehensive
Derivative terms: Comprehensive, Full



2. Noun. The property of a sensation that is rich and pleasing. "He was well aware of the richness of his own appearance"
Exact synonyms: Mellowness, Richness
Generic synonyms: Property
Derivative terms: Full, Mellow, Rich

3. Noun. The condition of being filled to capacity.
Generic synonyms: Condition, Status
Specialized synonyms: Repletion, Satiation, Satiety, Excess, Overabundance, Surfeit, Solidity, Infestation
Attributes: Full, Empty
Antonyms: Emptiness
Derivative terms: Full

4. Noun. Greatness of volume.
Exact synonyms: Voluminosity, Voluminousness
Generic synonyms: Bigness, Largeness
Derivative terms: Full, Voluminous, Voluminous, Voluminous, Voluminous

Definition of Fullness

1. n. The state of being full, or of abounding; abundance; completeness.

Definition of Fullness

1. Noun. Being full; completeness. ¹

2. Noun. The degree to which a space is full. ¹

3. Noun. (''fig.'') The degree to which fate has become known. ¹

4. Noun. (bodybuilding): A measure of the degree to which a muscle has increased in size parallel to the axis of its contraction. A full muscle fills more of the space along the part of the body where it is connected. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fullness

1. the state of being full [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fullness

fullface
fullfaces
fullfed
fullfeed
fullfledged
fullfreme
fullhead
fulling
fulling mill
fulling mills
fullish
fullmade
fullmart
fullmarts
fullmouthed
fullness (current term)
fullnesses
fullought
fulloughts
fulls
fullscale
fullsome
fulltime
fullwidth
fully
fully-fledged
fully-loaded
fully briefed
fully fashioned
fully fledged

Literary usage of Fullness

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1. The Works of Thomas Shepard: First Pastor of the First Church, Cambridge by Thomas Shepard (1853)
"What is this fullness ? Ans. When the Spirit comes in the room of those things which ... For fullness or filling implies emptiness and the removal of that. ..."

2. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1885)
"The nose should be long and wide, without any fullness under tho eyes. There should be in the average dog-setter at least four inches from the inner corner ..."

3. The Practical Study of Languages: A Guide for Teachers and Learners by Henry Sweet (1906)
"fullness of Treatment As regards fullness of treatment, there is an obvious distinction to be made between a grammar—whether for beginners or advanced ..."

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