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amaze to surprise greatly or fill with wonder; astonish.
astonish to fill with great surprise or amazement.
bag to fill a bag with; put in a bag. [1/4 definitions]
blow up to fill with air or gas. [1/3 definitions]
caulk to fill in cracks with putty or tar to keep air or water from leaking through.
clutter to fill or litter with a messy collection of things. [1/2 definitions]
cram to fill with more than can be easily held. [1/3 definitions]
crowd to fill up completely. [1/5 definitions]
exhilarate to fill with energy. [1/2 definitions]
filling material used to fill a cavity in a tooth. [2 definitions]
flood to cover or fill with a flow of water. [2/5 definitions]
-ful a suffix that means "an amount that will fill." [1/3 definitions]
gorge to fill with too much food; stuff. [1/2 definitions]
heap to give or fill in large amounts (usually followed by "on" or "upon"). [2/5 definitions]
helium a gas that is one of the chemical elements. It is used to fill balloons and blimps because it is lighter than air. (symbol: He)
honeycomb to fill with holes or pockets. [1/3 definitions]
jam1 to fill up or block. [1/8 definitions]
line2 to fill. [1/2 definitions]
load to fill with something. [1/6 definitions]
occupy to take up; fill. [1/4 definitions]
pad1 to fill or protect by stuffing or to cover with soft material. [1/7 definitions]