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Definition: Containing or holding as much or as many as possible; having no empty space. Straight; directly. The period, point, or state of the greatest fullness or strength. Make (something) full; fill up. Clean, shrink, and felt (cloth) by heat, pressure, and moisture.
Number of Quotes: 4

I have rooms full of little dongly things and don't want any more. Half the little dongly things I've got, I don't even know what gizmo they're for. More importantly, half the gizmos I've got, I don't know where their little dongly thing is.
Douglas Adams

My failed corporate career became the fodder for the Dilbert comic. Once it became clear I would not be climbing any higher on the corporate ladder, it freed me to mock managers without worrying that it would stall my career. Most failures create some sort of unplanned freedom. I took full advantage of mine.
Scott Adams

Seeing the glass as half empty is more positive than seeing it as half full. Through such a lens the only choice is to pour more. That is righteous pessimism.
Killosophy
Criss Jami

Libraries were full of ideas-perhaps the most dangerous and powerful of all weapons.
Throne of Glass
Sarah J. Maas

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