- to the full; completely; entirely; thoroughly
- abundantly; amply
- at least: fully two hours later
Origin of fullyMiddle English fulli from Old English fullice from full, full
- Totally or completely: fully grown.
- At least: Fully half of the volunteers did not appear.
(comparative more fully, superlative most fully)
- In a full manner; without lack or defect.
- He fully met his responsibilities.
- In a full degree; to a full extent.
- He is fully capable of meeting his responsibilities.
- As a minimum; at least.
- fully committed
- fully well
full + -ly