However, figure to yourself Corot fully embarked on his career as a painter.
She then proceeded, in red crayon, to draw a fully equipped heart.
Yet I am fully alive to what I have done and what I intend to do.
I never spoke of them to any one before, nor fully acknowledged them to myself.
I saw, too, the need of fully consecrated Christian workers.
Morris saw and fully admitted all this; and yet she stayed on till the end of January.
He fully expects us to buy it again the next day and the next and the next.
For fully three minutes he sat glaring at the paper open-mouthed.
Eminah does not fully know the meaning of a siege; she only grieves for the poor doves.
It was a mania, and is fully expressed in the Romaunt de la Rose.
fully O.E. fullice; see full (adj.) + -ly (2).