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Fullness


FULL'NESS, noun [from full.]

1. The state of being filled, so as to leave no part vacant.

2. The state of abounding or being in great plenty; abundance.

3. Completeness; the state of a thing in which nothing is wanted; perfection.

In thy presence is fullness of joy. Psalms 16:11.

4. Repletion; satiety; as from intemperance.

5. Repletion of vessels; as fullness of blood.

6. Plenty; wealth; affluence.

7. Struggling perturbation; swelling; as the fullness of the heart.

8. Largeness; extent.

There wanted the fullness of a plot, and variety of characters to form it as it ought.

9. Loudness; force of sound, such as fills the ear.