(of food) Leaving one with a pleasantly satiated feeling
a filling spicy bean soup
A quantity of material that fills or is used to fill something
a cushion with polyester filling
A piece of material used to fill a cavity in a tooth
a gold filling
An edible substance placed between the layers of a sandwich, cake, or other foodstuff
a Swiss roll with a chocolate filling
any material that fills a space or container; "there was not enough fill for the trench"
flow into something (as a container)
a food mixture used to fill pastry or sandwiches etc.
woof: the yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving
(dentistry) a dental appliance consisting of any of various substances (as metal or plastic) inserted into a prepared cavity in a tooth; "when he yawned I could see the gold fillings in his teeth"; "an informal British term for `filling' is `stopping'"
the act of filling something
In mathematics, a filling of a manifold X is a cobordism W between X and the empty set. More to the point, the n-dimensional topological manifold X is the boundary of an n+1-dimensional manifold W. ...
(Fill (archaeology)) In archaeology fills are contexts representing material that has accumulated or has been deposited into a cut feature such as ditch or pit of some kind. ...
(Fill (land)) Cut and fill in earthmoving is the process of constructing a railway, road or canal whereby the amount of material from cuts roughly matches the amount of fill needed to make nearby embankments, so minimizing the amount of construction labor. ...
(Fill (music)) In popular music, a fill is a short musical passage, riff, or rhythmic sound which helps to sustain the listener's attention during a break between the phrases of a melody.
Anything that is used to fill something; The contents of a pie, etc; A piece of amalgam used to fill a cavity in a tooth; Of food, that satisfies the appetite by filling the stomach
(fillingly) In a manner that fills
(fillingness) The property of being filling, of making full
(fill) A sufficient or more than sufficient amount; An amount that fills a container; The filling of a container; Inexpensive material used to occupy empty spaces, especially in construction; Soil and/or human-created debris discovered within a cavity and exposed by excavation; fill soil; To ...
(filled) That is now full
(Fillings) To treat a cavity your dentist will remove the decayed portion of the tooth and then “fill” the area on the tooth where the decayed material once lived.
(FILLINGS) Pieces of timber used to make the curve fair for the mouldings, between the edges of the fish-front and the sides of the mast.
(Fillings) Barrels that contain the freshly distilled product which, after a minimum of three years maturation, can be called whisky.
(Fillings) If you have lines marked, not only apparent to the eye but to the touch, your dermatologist may inject a filler – either collagen, hyaluronic acid or even fat from other parts of your body – to fill those areas under the skin. ...
(Fillings) Several types of natural-coloured fillings are available for your dental care.
(Fillings) The fancy lace stitches inside the motifs, or inside clumps of motifs.
(Fillings) The term applied to "new" whiskey that has been filled into casks prior to being matured
(Fillings) is a type of restorative dentistry treatment used to repair minimal tooth fractures, tooth decay or otherwise damaged surfaces of the teeth. Dental filling materials include composite, porcelain and silver amalgam.
(FILL) yarn running from selvage to selvage at right angles to the warp in a woven fabric.
(Fill) The material used to stuff items such as comforters or pillows. Natural down and man-made synthetics are examples of fill materials.