Similar words: be full of, hopefully, in the future, for the future, full, be useful to, in full, to the life. Meaning: adv. to the greatest degree or extent; completely or entirely; (`full' in this sense is used as a combining form).
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(1) The cart was charged to the full.
(2) They finally awoke to the full extent of the problem.
(3) They lived their lives to the full.
(4) She enjoyed herself to the full.
(5) She believes in living life to the full.
(6) She certainly lives life to the full.
(7) He always believed in living life to the full.
(8) Ed believes in living life to the full .
(9) I've always believed in living life to the full.
(10) To live every day to the full is a recipe for happiness.
(11) The public has been awakened to the full horror of the situation.
(12) With a car he can enjoy his leisure to the full by making trips to the country or seaside on the weekends.
(13) But today is for living life to the full.
(14) Cancellation charges up to the full amount payable.
(15) Wants to live life to the full.
(16) At the new house, he lived life to the full.
(17) To live life to the full involves awareness of the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual self.
(18) Pittston also demanded an end to the full health-care plan, and sought cuts in health and pension benefits for retired miners.
(19) She probably has a good mind, which should be used to the full.
(20) He sat for a few moments, savouring the memory to the full.
(21) Miami is THE place for girls who like to live life to the full. Sentencedict.com
(22) If you give what you can, I'll make the money up to the full amount.
(23) The firm has been successful in exploiting new technology to the full.
(24) Before I got married I led a pretty lively existence where women were concerned, and enjoyed it to the full.
(25) Delyn's planning committee will be advised to hand the whole issue over to the full council for a final decision.
(26) The shadow cabinet decided in April 1912 that it would abandon the referendum idea and return to the full tariff policy.
(27) It affects us directly - a balanced diet means we have the necessary energy to carry on living life to the full.
(28) In Layton's company Leonard could be himself, recognise his own nature, and celebrate its pleasing to the full.
(29) The ideological divisions evident among people with disabilities are exploited to the full by policy-makers.
(30) This ritual restored to the mummy all his faculties so that he might enjoy the afterlife to the full.
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