Definition of Make full
1. Verb. Make full, also in a metaphorical sense. "They make full the cart with boxes "; "Fill the child with pride"
Generic synonyms: Alter, Change, Modify
Specialized synonyms: Clutter, Clutter Up, Clog, Overload, Brim, Farce, Stuff, Stuff, Bolster, Pad, Populate, Top Off, Heap, Overfill, Ink, Fill Again, Refill, Replenish, Prime, Line, Complete, Impregnate, Saturate, Impregnate, Infuse, Instill, Tincture, Electrify, Lube, Lubricate, Surcharge, Lade, Laden, Load, Load Up, Charge, Load, Deluge, Flood, Inundate, Swamp, Pack
Causes: Fill, Fill Up
Derivative terms: Fill, Filler, Filler, Filler, Filling
Also: Fill In, Fill Out
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Literary usage of Make full
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Auditing Theory and Practice by Robert Hiester Montgomery (1912)
"(5) No Expedient Can Overcome the Obligation of the Auditor to make full Disclosure to the Stockholders: Newton v. Birmingham Small Arms Company, Lim., ..."
2. A Treatise on the Law of Bailments: Including Carriers, Innkeepers, and Pledge by James Schouler (1887)
"Consignor should make Full Delivery. — Finally, the consignor is bound to make personally, or through his agents, a full delivery, or, in other words, ..."
3. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"Titles are insured also in other countries, but the business has nowhere else attained such importance, nor do the institutions transacting it make full and ..."
4. Letters of Queen Elizabeth and King James VI. of Scotland: Some of Them by Elizabeth, James, John Bruce (1849)
"... madame and dearest sister, euer to make full accompte of me, as of Youre most louing and affectionate brother and cousin, No. LXVI. ELIZABETH TO JAMES. ..."