A sufficient or more than sufficient amount. (noun)
An amount that fills a container. (noun)
The filling of a container. (noun)
Inexpensive material used to occupy empty spaces, especially in construction. (noun)
Soil and/or human-created debris discovered within a cavity and exposed by excavation; fill soil. (noun)
To occupy fully, to take up all of. (verb)
To add contents to (a container, cavity, or the like) so that it is full. (verb)
To enter (something), making it full. (verb)
To become full of contents. (verb)
To become pervaded with something. (verb)
To satisfy or obey (an order, request, or requirement). (verb)
To install someone, or be installed, in (a position or office), eliminating a vacancy. (verb)
To treat (a tooth) by adding a dental filling to it. (verb)
Examples of word fill
These witnesses are what I call the fill-in-the - color chart.
Martzke: AL fireworks put network's broadcasters in 'fill' mode.
If one acre of fill is exceeded, an Individual Permit will be required.
Perhaps the most crucial post to fill is the job of secretary to the governor, the equivalent of chief of staff.
"The question remains whether this trend offers women an opportunity to secure a higher position on the ladder," the report said, with the alternative being that men will again fill the jobs they left when the market recovers.