full [-er, -est] adj
- Occupied; not vacant.
- High; eminent; elevating; uplifting; exultant; [fig.] showy; glorious; magnificent; artistically rich; aesthetically overpowering; [word play on “full house”] crowded; having a large audience; with many people in attendance.
- Completely done; entire in time; not partially accomplished.
- Right; appointed; anticipated; mature; completely blessed; absolutely appropriate; entirely fitting; just as it should be.
- Phrase. “God's full time”: God's promised era; the due time of the Lord; [fig.] paradise; the millennium; the resurrection from the dead; the restoration of all things; era of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ; (see Ephesians 1:10 “the dispensation of the fulness of time).
- Phrase. “at full”: disk-like in appearance; in its greatest circumference; shaped like a complete circle; appearing with its whole perimeter; viewable in all directions of its diameters; at the monthly stage of most visibility from a vantage point on Earth.
- Phrase. “full fed”: satiated; well-fed; completely blooming; prime for the picking; [fig.] well cared for; nourished with sun, water, mineral, and so forth.
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- Very; verily; truly; really.
- Completely; entirely; [fig.] surpassingly; extremely; exceptionally; extraordinarily.
- Directly; squarely; straight on; without glancing away.
- Panoramically; sweepingly; replete; having within its limits all that it can contain.
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- Solstice; longest day; complete measure; utmost extent; highest state; topmost degree; maximum tilting toward the sun in the course of a year; day of most daylight in the northern hemisphere, usually June 20<sup>th</sup> or 21st.