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Example Sentences for fill

All time seemed before them, and how better could he fill it?

Thus laden with enough to fill the stomach that had "nothing in it," I returned to the swamp.

How would it do to fill the tanks to sink us as far as we can go?

Now would they storm the City of the Gods and fill it with flame.

Core large, tart apples and fill the cavities with the figs.

The Master said, Care not for want of place; care for thy readiness to fill one.

Why did he fill the world with his own children, knowing that he would have to destroy them?

But if Ch'ih were to take a small part, who could fill a big one?

I must fill the void in my life somehow—if you go and leave me.

There was no doubt that Miss Todd was admirably fitted to fill the post.

Word Origin & History of - Fill up

    Word Origin & History of Fill up

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The Definition of - Fill up (verb)

    verb (used with object)
    to make full; put as much as can be held into:
    to fill a jar with water.
    to occupy to the full capacity:
    Water filled the basin. The crowd filled the hall.
    to supply to an extreme degree or plentifully:
    to fill a house with furniture; to fill the heart with joy.
    to satisfy fully the hunger of; satiate:
    The roast beef filled the diners.
    to put into a receptacle:
    to fill sand into a pail.
    to be plentiful throughout:
    Fish filled the rivers.
    to extend throughout; pervade completely:
    The odor filled the room.
    to furnish with an occupant:
    The landlord filled the vacancy yesterday.
    to provide (an office or opening) with an incumbent:
    The company is eager to fill the controllership.
    to occupy and perform the duties of (a vacancy, position, post, etc.).
    to supply the requirements or contents of (an order), as for goods; execute.
    to supply (a blank space) with written matter, decorative work, etc.
    to meet satisfactorily, as requirements:
    This book fills a great need.
    to make up, compound, or otherwise provide the contents of (a medical prescription).
    to stop up or close (a cavity, hole, etc.):
    to fill a tooth.
    Cookery. to insert a filling into:
    to fill cupcakes with custard.
    1. to distend (a sail) by pressure of the wind so as to impart headway to a vessel.
    2. to brace (a yard) so that the sail will catch the wind on its after side.
    to adulterate:
    to fill soaps with water.
    Civil Engineering, Building Trades. to build up the level of (an area) with earth, stones, etc.
    verb (used without object)
    to become full:
    The hall filled rapidly. Our eyes filled with tears.
    to increase in atmospheric pressure:
    a filling cyclone.
    to become distended, as sails with the wind.
    a full supply; enough to satisfy want or desire:
    to eat one's fill.
    an amount of something sufficient for filling; charge.
    Civil Engineering, Building Trades. a quantity of earth, stones, etc., for building up the level of an area of ground:
    These houses were built on fill.
    Compare backfill.
    the feed and water in the digestive tract of a livestock animal, especially that consumed before marketing.
    Verb phrases
    fill away, Nautical.
    1. to fall off the wind and proceed on a board.
    2. to brace the yards, so that sails that have been aback will stand full.
    fill in,
    1. to supply missing or desired information:
      Fill in the facts of your business experience.
    2. to complete by adding detail, as a design or drawing:
      to fill in a sketch with shadow.
    3. to substitute for:
      to fill in for a colleague who is ill.
    4. to fill with some material:
      to fill in a crack with putty.
    5. Informal. to supply (someone) with information:
      Please fill me in on the morning news.
    fill out,
    1. to complete (a document, list, etc.) by supplying missing or desired information.
    2. to become larger, fuller, or rounder, as the figure:
      The children have begun to fill out since I saw them last.
    fill up,
    1. to fill completely:
      to fill up a glass; to fill up a fuel tank.
    2. to become completely filled:
      The riverbed filled up as a result of the steady rains.
    fill and stand on, Nautical. (of a sailing vessel) to proceed on a tack after being hove to or halted facing the wind; fill away.
    fill the bill. bill1 (def 16).