Antonyms for fullfʊl

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. full moon, full-of-the-moon, full phase of the moon, full(adj)

    the time when the Moon is fully illuminated

    "the moon is at the full"

    Antonyms:
    blank, fractional, thin, clean, incomplete, empty-handed, pillaged, meagerly, scrimpy, vacant, meagre, ransacked, meager, uncomplete, void, stingy, lifeless, malnourished, pale, bare, stripped, empty, plundered, low, vacuous, glazed, white, glassy, looted

    Synonyms:
    full-of-the-moon, full phase of the moon, full, full moon

  2. full(adj)

    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"

    Antonyms:
    plundered, vacant, pale, uncomplete, low, scrimpy, meagre, meagerly, empty, glazed, looted, meager, malnourished, white, empty-handed, stripped, stingy, lifeless, glassy, thin, bare, fractional, vacuous, blank, incomplete, void, pillaged, clean, ransacked

    Synonyms:
    entire, broad(a), wide, good, wide-cut, total, full(a), replete(p)

  3. entire, full, total(adj)

    constituting the full quantity or extent; complete

    "an entire town devastated by an earthquake"; "gave full attention"; "a total failure"

    Antonyms:
    stingy, vacuous, white, incomplete, scrimpy, glassy, empty-handed, meagerly, fractional, low, ransacked, pale, looted, meager, empty, lifeless, uncomplete, glazed, blank, stripped, void, vacant, pillaged, meagre, thin, bare, malnourished, plundered, clean

    Synonyms:
    full, entire, intact, broad(a), integral, good, total, wide-cut, wide, full(a), replete(p)

  4. full, total(adj)

    complete in extent or degree and in every particular

    "a full game"; "a total eclipse"; "a total disaster"

    Antonyms:
    white, pillaged, blank, low, vacant, stingy, ransacked, empty-handed, scrimpy, bare, glazed, glassy, meager, clean, fractional, thin, looted, malnourished, incomplete, meagerly, stripped, meagre, pale, vacuous, uncomplete, empty, plundered, void, lifeless

    Synonyms:
    entire, broad(a), full, wide, good, wide-cut, total, full(a), replete(p)

  5. full, replete(p)(adj)

    filled to satisfaction with food or drink

    "a full stomach"

    Antonyms:
    ransacked, scrimpy, clean, glazed, meagre, uncomplete, lifeless, glassy, looted, empty-handed, malnourished, stripped, meagerly, pillaged, stingy, fractional, void, low, white, meager, blank, pale, vacuous, incomplete, bare, plundered, empty, vacant, thin

  6. full(adj)

    (of sound) having marked deepness and body

    "full tones"; "a full voice"

    Antonyms:
    low, empty-handed, incomplete, glazed, void, empty, looted, glassy, thin, meagerly, scrimpy, uncomplete, pillaged, ransacked, white, vacant, stripped, stingy, meagre, bare, fractional, plundered, meager, blank, pale, lifeless, malnourished, clean, vacuous

    Synonyms:
    entire, broad(a), wide, good, wide-cut, total, full(a), replete(p)

  7. full, good(adj)

    having the normally expected amount

    "gives full measure"; "gives good measure"; "a good mile from here"

    Antonyms:
    vacant, glazed, void, glassy, empty, low, ransacked, stripped, vacuous, meagerly, thin, scrimpy, uncomplete, malnourished, pale, incomplete, fractional, looted, stingy, blank, white, pillaged, lifeless, plundered, meager, clean, empty-handed, meagre, bare

    Synonyms:
    dear, wide-cut, right, entire, in effect(p), broad(a), skillful, sound, serious, effective, good, upright, salutary, in force(p), skilful, practiced, dependable, estimable, expert, secure, beneficial, replete(p), wide, proficient, full, honest, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, full(a), ripe, just, safe, adept, honorable, total, well(p), near, unspoiled

  8. broad(a), full(a)(adj)

    being at a peak or culminating point

    "broad daylight"; "full summer"

    Antonyms:
    meagerly, scrimpy, meager, thin, stripped, lifeless, stingy, malnourished, vacuous, pillaged, low, empty-handed, vacant, pale, blank, meagre, uncomplete, ransacked, bare, white, glazed, glassy, void, clean, looted, incomplete, plundered, empty, fractional

  9. wide, wide-cut, full(verb)

    having ample fabric

    "the current taste for wide trousers"; "a full skirt"

    Antonyms:
    clean, meagerly, stingy, void, pillaged, vacuous, vacant, low, scrimpy, malnourished, thin, meagre, uncomplete, fractional, glassy, stripped, pale, empty, plundered, glazed, blank, white, meager, ransacked, lifeless, empty-handed, bare, looted, incomplete

    Synonyms:
    good, entire, full, full(a), panoptic, all-encompassing, extensive, all-inclusive, replete(p), spacious, broad(a), encompassing, broad, wide of the mark, all-embracing, across-the-board, total, wide, wide-cut, blanket(a), wide-eyed

  10. full(verb)

    beat for the purpose of cleaning and thickening

    "full the cloth"

    Antonyms:
    plundered, pale, vacant, empty-handed, ransacked, thin, pillaged, scrimpy, bare, meagre, lifeless, blank, stingy, meager, glassy, clean, low, malnourished, meagerly, fractional, empty, void, incomplete, vacuous, stripped, white, looted, glazed, uncomplete

    Synonyms:
    wax

  11. full(verb)

    make (a garment) fuller by pleating or gathering

    Antonyms:
    vacuous, incomplete, vacant, meager, meagre, malnourished, stripped, ransacked, pillaged, lifeless, low, stingy, uncomplete, white, empty-handed, bare, pale, scrimpy, blank, thin, glazed, void, glassy, meagerly, looted, clean, fractional, empty, plundered

    Synonyms:
    wax

  12. wax, full(adverb)

    increase in phase

    "the moon is waxing"

    Antonyms:
    stingy, meager, empty, low, void, lifeless, plundered, blank, vacuous, incomplete, meagre, glassy, looted, vacant, thin, meagerly, fractional, malnourished, pale, empty-handed, scrimpy, glazed, stripped, bare, pillaged, clean, ransacked, white, uncomplete

    Synonyms:
    rise, wax, mount, climb, full

  13. fully, to the full, full(adverb)

    to the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely; (`full' in this sense is used as a combining form)

    "fully grown"; "he didn't fully understand"; "knew full well"; "full-grown"; "full-fledged"

    Antonyms:
    glazed, void, empty-handed, pillaged, stripped, plundered, meagerly, lifeless, empty, ransacked, bare, meagre, vacant, meager, stingy, vacuous, scrimpy, fractional, glassy, pale, low, malnourished, thin, white, looted, uncomplete, blank, incomplete, clean

    Synonyms:
    full, amply, to the full, fully, in full

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. full

    Enough is relative, denoting a supply equal to a given demand. A temperature of 70° Fahrenheit is enough for a living-room; of 212° enough to boil water; neither is enough to melt iron. Sufficient, from the Latin, is an equivalent of the Saxon enough, with no perceptible difference of meaning, but only of usage, enough being the more blunt, homely, and forcible word, while sufficient is in many cases the more elegant or polite. Sufficient usually precedes its noun; enough usually and preferably follows. That is ample which gives a safe, but not a large, margin beyond a given demand; that is abundant, affluent, bountiful, liberal, plentiful, which is largely in excess of manifest need. Plentiful is used of supplies, as of food, water, etc.; as, "a plentiful rain," Ps. lxviii, 9. We may also say a copious rain; but copious can be applied to thought, language, etc., where plentiful can not well be used. Affluent and liberal both apply to riches, resources; liberal, with especial reference to giving or expending. (Compare synonyms for ADEQUATE.) Affluent, referring especially to riches, may be used of thought, feeling, etc. Neither affluent, copious, nor plentiful can be used of time or space; a field is sometimes called plentiful, not with reference to its extent, but to its productiveness. Complete expresses not excess or overplus, and yet not mere sufficiency, but harmony, proportion, fitness to a design, or ideal. Ample and abundant may be applied to any subject. We have time enough, means that we can reach our destination without haste, but also without delay; if we have ample time, we may move leisurely, and note what is by the way; if we have abundant time, we may pause to converse with a friend, to view the scenery, or to rest when weary. Lavish and profuse imply a decided excess, oftenest in the ill sense. We rejoice in abundant resources, and honor generous hospitality; lavish or profuse expenditure suggests extravagance and wastefulness. Luxuriant is used especially of that which is abundant in growth; as, a luxuriant crop.

    Antonyms:
    deficient, drained, exhausted, impoverished, inadequate, insufficient, mean, miserly, narrow, niggardly, poor, scant, scanty, scarce, scrimped, short, small, sparing, stingy, straitened

    Synonyms:
    abounding, abundant, adequate, affluent, ample, bounteous, bountiful, complete, copious, enough, exuberant, generous, large, lavish, liberal, luxuriant, overflowing, plenteous, plentiful, profuse, replete, rich, sufficient, teeming

    Preposition:
    Plentiful in resources.

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