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- adj. That is now full.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fill.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. containing as much or as many as is possible or normal. Opposite of
- adj. entirely of one substance with no holes inside. Opposite of
- adj. having appointments throughout the course of a period; -- of an appointment schedule. Opposite of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of purchase orders that have been filled
- adj. (usually followed by `with' or used as a combining form) generously supplied with
- adj. (of time) taken up
Sorry, no etymologies found.
_ When I think of my Ransom then I eat and I drink, and I pray, and in my poverty I yearn to be filled with Him, to be among those who _eat and are filled_ and they _praise the Lord who seek Him_
Some of you may have seen paraded at our fairs, or in the public parts of some of our cities, hives containing tumblers, some of them neatly filled, others empty, and this meagre sentence written upon them, _not to be filled_!
*puts out tray wif tee, cawfee, hot chocklit, chocklit and cawfee eclairs (proper ones, with chocklit or cawfeeflavoured filling – anything else is heresy…), applol chausson (puff pastry haff moons, filled with applol compote – nomnomnomnomnom) and croassants – boaf playn and chocklit filled*
At seventy-four, Umm Hassane had never had an operation in her life, and the very sound of the word filled her with dread.
It was a desperate plea, an interrupted wail of her name filled with terror, not anger.
Here's what he read in the dictionary: "The origin of communism is 'common' which is a word filled with goodness."
Umber looked back with an expression filled with dread.
Where the tag called for a name she saw hers, printed in his elegant hand in purple ink, of course, and underneath, she saw his name filled in on the “Tagged By” line.
Tiff loved when my name filled her inbox, even if she had just talked to me on the phone.
Whenever she did look at me, it was with an expression filled with pleading.