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Noun: fuller  fû-lu(r)
  1. A workman who fulls (cleans and thickens) freshly woven cloth for a living
Noun: Fuller  fû-lu(r)
  1. United States architect who invented the geodesic dome (1895-1983)
    - Buckminster Fuller, R. Buckminster Fuller, Richard Buckminster Fuller
  2. United States jurist and chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1833-1910)
    - Melville W. Fuller, Melville Weston Fuller
Adjective: full (fuller,fullest)  fûl
  1. Containing as much or as many as is possible or normal
    "a full glass"; "a sky full of stars"; "a full life"; "the auditorium was full to overflowing"
  2. Constituting the full quantity or extent; complete
    "gave full attention";
    - entire, total
  3. Complete in extent or degree and in every particular
    "a full game";
    - total
  4. Filled to satisfaction with food or drink
    "a full stomach";
    - replete
  5. (of sound) having marked deepness and body
    "full tones"; "a full voice"
  6. Having the normally expected amount
    "gives full measure";
    - good
  7. Being at a peak or culminating point
    "full summer";
    - broad
  8. Having ample fabric
    "a full skirt";
    - wide, wide-cut

Derived forms: fullers

See also: afloat, air-filled, ample, awash, booming, brimful, brimfull, brimming, chockablock, chockful, chock-full, choke-full, chuck-full, complete, congested, cram full, egg-filled, engorged, filled, flooded, fraught, fullness, fulness, gas-filled, glutted, grumbling, heavy, high, instinct, inundated, laden, ladened, loaded, nourished, orotund, overflowing, overfull, overladen, overloaded, pear-shaped, plangent, pregnant, replete, rich, riddled, rotund, round, rumbling, sonorous, sounding, sperm-filled, stentorian, stuffed, untasted, untouched, weighed down, well-lined, whole

Type of: applied scientist, architect, chief justice, designer, engineer, technologist, working man, working person, workingman, workman

Antonym: empty, thin

Encyclopedia: Fuller, Minneapolis