be full of fun

be full of fun
be full of fun phrase
to get a lot of enjoyment from the things that you do

She was full of life and full of fun.

Thesaurus: to enjoy something, or to enjoy yourselfsynonym
Main entry: fun

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  • full of fun — index jocular Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • be full of fun — to get a lot of enjoyment from the things that you do She was full of life and full of fun …   English dictionary

  • fun — /fun/, n., v., funned, funning, adj. n. 1. something that provides mirth or amusement: A picnic would be fun. 2. enjoyment or playfulness: She s full of fun. 3. for or in fun, as a joke; not seriously; playfully: His insults were only in fun. 4.… …   Universalium

  • fun — fun, jest, sport, game, play are comparable when they denote something (as an activity, an utterance, or a form of expression) that provides diversion or amusement or is intended to arouse laughter. Fun implies amusement or an engagement in what… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • fun — fun1 [ fʌn ] noun uncount ** enjoyment, especially from an activity that is not important or serious: I hate to spoil your fun but it s time to go home now. have fun: We haven t had such fun for years. great/good fun: We had great fun comparing… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fun — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ enormous, excellent (BrE), good, great, terrific, tremendous ▪ pure, sheer ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • fun — 1 /fVn/ adjective 1 (only before noun) a fun activity or experience is enjoyable: It was a fun night out we ll have to do it again sometime. 2 someone who is fun is enjoyable to be with because they are cheerful and amusing : a fun… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • fun — I. noun Etymology: English dialect fun to hoax, perhaps alteration of Middle English fonnen, from fonne dupe Date: 1727 1. what provides amusement or enjoyment; specifically playful often boisterous action or speech < full of fun > 2. a mood for… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • fun — fun1 S2 [fʌn] n [U] [Date: 1600 1700; Origin: fun to play a trick on (17 20 centuries), perhaps from fonne; FOND] 1.) an experience or activity that is very enjoyable and exciting ▪ There s plenty of fun for all the family. ▪ The children were… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fun */*/ — I UK [fʌn] / US noun [uncountable] enjoyment, especially from an activity that is not important or serious have fun: We haven t had such fun for years. great/good fun: We had great fun comparing our baby photographs. a lot of fun/lots of fun: The …   English dictionary

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