be full meaning
Verb: be full
- Be sated, have enough to eat
Derived forms: was full, being full, been full, is full
- at the full: At the height, eg ...
- full: Adjective: full (f ...
- full and by: (nautical) & ...
- the future seems to be full of hope.
- it's sure to be full of bugs.
- when the evening was over, she went to bed full of it.
- your garden will be full of green grass and gay flowers.
- on the night of their return, he went to bed full of compunction.