What is FULL?

Ample; complete; perfect; mature ; not wanting in any essential quality.Mobile School Com’rs v. Putnam, 44 Ala. 537; Reed v. Hazleton, 37 Kan. 321, 15 Pac.177; Quinn v. Donovan, 85 111. 195.

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