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FUGMO

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fugs

adjective

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fuk

verb - transitive

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fukwitable

adjective

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full

adjective

  • good.
    Speaker: How was the concert?

    Response: Full.
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    Last edited on Aug 31 2013. Submitted by Scott McNabney from Richmond Hill, ON, Canada on Jun 11 1997.

interjection

  • an expression of confirmation or agreement.
    Speaker: Were you at the U2 concert?

    Response: Full.
    Speaker: Did you have a good time?

    Response: Full.
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    Last edited on Feb 09 2014. Submitted by Scott McNabney from Richmond Hill, ON, Canada on Jun 11 1997.

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full as a tick

  • drunk.
    We got full as a tick at that keg party.

    Last edited on Aug 31 2013. Submitted by David S. from Houston, TX 77080, USA on Feb 25 1999.

  • extremely full, e.g. after eating.
    After eating at Pancho's I was full as a tick.

    Last edited on Aug 31 2013. Submitted by David S. from Houston, TX 77080, USA on Feb 25 1999.

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fuller than a tick on a coon dog

adjective

  • Filled almost to bursting.

    Last edited on Jan 24 2012. Submitted by Njfallon from Eugene, OR, USA on Jun 29 2010.

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full factory

adjective

  • absolute top quality in all ways.
    These shoes are full factory.
    These sunglasses are full factory.

    Last edited on Jan 22 2016. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 21 2016.

  • from the factory.

    Last edited on Jan 22 2016. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 21 2016.

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