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  2  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Fully  \Ful"ly\,  adv 
  In  a  full  manner  or  degree;  completely;  entirely;  without 
  lack  or  defect;  adequately;  satisfactorily;  as  to  be  fully 
  persuaded  of  the  truth  of  a  proposition. 
 
  {Fully  committed}  (Law),  committed  to  prison  for  trial,  in 
  distinction  from  being  detained  for  examination. 
 
  Syn:  Completely;  entirely;  maturely;  plentifuly;  abundantly; 
  plenteously;  copiously;  largely;  amply;  sufficiently; 
  perfectly. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  fully 
  adv  1:  to  the  the  greatest  degree  or  extent;  completely  or 
  entirely;  "fully  grown";  "he  didn't  fully  understand"; 
  "knew  full  well";  (`full'  is  used  as  a  combining  form 
  as  in  `full-grown'  or  `full-fledged')  [syn:  {to  the 
  full},  {full}] 
  2:  sufficiently;  more  than  adequately;  "the  evidence  amply  (or 
  fully)  confirms  our  suspicions";  "they  were  fully  (or 
  amply)  fed"  [syn:  {amply}]  [ant:  {meagerly}] 
  3:  referring  to  a  quantity;  "the  amount  was  paid  in  full"  [syn: 
  {in  full}] 




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