Full may refer to the following:
- People with the surname Full, including:
- Mr. Full (given name unknown), acting Governor of German Cameroon, 1913 to 1914
- A property in the mathematical field of topology; see Full set (topology)
- A property of functors in the mathematical field of category theory; see Full and faithful functors
- Satiety, the absence of hunger
- A standard bed size, see Bed
- Fulling or tucking or walking ("waulking" in Scotland) is a step in woollen clothmaking. Verb: To full.
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... is worshiped in autumn when the moon is full, the brightest night of the year ... It serves as her mount over which she has full control ... energy") who can turn a dull thing full of life ...
Famous quotes containing the word full:
“Thy head is as full of quarrels as an egg is full of meat.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Spades take up leaves
No better than spoons,
And bags full of leaves
Are light as balloons.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“A marriage based on full confidence, based on complete and unqualified frankness on both sides; they are not keeping anything back; theres no deception underneath it all. If I might so put it, its an agreement for the mutual forgiveness of sin.”
—Henrik Ibsen (18281906)