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  1. full·ness
    IPA[ˈfo͝olnəs]
  2. noun

    • 1. the state of being filled to capacity:

      scores of cans in different states of fullness
    • 2. the state of having eaten enough or more than enough and feeling full:

      the feeling of fullness you acquire from eating brown rice
    • 3. the state of being complete or whole:

      the honesty and fullness of the information they provide
      Synonym : completeness, comprehensiveness, thoroughness, exhaustiveness, all-inclusiveness, extensiveness, length, depth
    • 4. (in or alluding to biblical use) all that is contained in the world:

      God's green earth in all its fullness is for the people
    • 5. (of a person's body or part of it) the state of being filled out so as to produce a rounded shape:

      the childish fullness of his cheeks
      Synonym : roundedness, roundness, plumpness, buxomness, shapeliness, ampleness, curvaceousness, voluptuousness, womanliness, bustiness, chestiness, curviness
    • 6. (of a garment or the hair) the condition of having been cut or designed to give a full shape:

      hair was cut with a high crown and fullness
    • 7. richness or intensity of flavor, sound, or color:

      the coffee is of a luxurious fullness
      Synonym : resonance, richness, depth, vibrancy, fruitiness, clarity, intensity, loudness, strength
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: fullness

    • noun

      the state of being filled to capacity:

      the state of having eaten enough or more than enough and feeling full up:

    • after a due length of time has elapsed; eventually
    • after a due length of time has elapsed; eventually
    • used with reference to overwhelming emotion
    • used with reference to overwhelming emotion
    • overwhelming emotion
    • overwhelming emotion
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