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- v. : To complete a form or questionnaire with requested information.
- v. : To have one's physique expand with maturity or with surplus weight.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make fat or plump
- v. line or stuff with soft material
- v. make bigger or better or more complete
- v. become round, plump, or shapely
- v. supplement what is thought to be deficient
- v. write all the required information onto a form
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Aloysius and his cousin, Tommie Leach, would halfheartedly fill out job applications when they were in the mood, then come home, play some hoops or video games, sit around and start drinking.
In the seminars that I present to the public, I often include a printed twenty-part quiz that I ask the audience to fill out to the best of their abilities early on in the presentation.
Through an interpreter, Mansiya told the judge that he needed more time to find an English speaker who could help him fill out an application for asylum.
These days all she wanted to do was fill out the Mad Libs her cousin Sarah sent her from New Jersey, or listen to Roxy Music, or talk about her undying passion for Serge Lubomirski, fuelled, as far as I could tell, by a couple glances and the whole three minutes he had spent at our table that afternoon at the café.
So the Stroebes surveyed men and women who had lost spouses but had not agreed to participate in a study but were willing to fill out a questionnaire along with those who had participated.
He and McClenaghan each put up the largest shares, ten thousand pounds apiece, and then helped round up the leading merchants in town to fill out the list.
Before he moves in, walk through and fill out a property-inspection form like the one reproduced on the next page.
I rushed to the LifeLink office on my lunch hour to fill out a mound of paperwork and begin the battery of tests required to become a living donor.
"All right," said Haley, his face beaming with delight; and pulling out an old inkhorn, he proceeded to fill out a bill of sale, which, in a few moments, he handed to the young man.
No veteran should have to fill out a 23-page claim to get care, or wait months - even years - to get an appointment at the VA.