this issue is discussed more fully in chapter seven
a fully equipped gymnasium
No less or fewer than (used to emphasize an amount)
fully 65 percent of all funerals are by cremation
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"
amply: sufficiently; more than adequately; "the evidence amply (or fully) confirms our suspicions"; "they were fully (or amply) fed"
in full: referring to a quantity; "the amount was paid in full"
(ful) Fula: a family of languages of the Fulani of West Africa and used as a lingua franca in the sub-Saharan regions from Senegal to Chad; the best known of the West African languages
Fully is a municipality in the district of Martigny in the canton of Valais in Switzerland. It is on the right bank of the river Rhône and is well-known for its wines. ...
In a full manner; without lack or defect; In a full degree; to a full extent
(ful) very; much; to a great extent
(Ful) l Representation (PR) - Any system which consciously attempts to reduce the disparity between a party's share of the national vote and its share of the parliamentary seats. For example, if a party wins 40 per cent of the votes, it should win approximately 40 per cent of the seats.
(FUL) Federal Upper Limit for generic drug cost containment in Medicaid.
(ful) also -full [Old English full (rarely used in construction of scientific terms)] (1) adj: full of, characterized by, resembling; (2) n: the amount or quantity that fills (teaspoonful, cupful).
(ful) unconsecrated ground
Affirmation. ‘Did you check Occy pull off that insane move at Boneyards?’ ‘Fully bru*.’