full (adj.) 2
ideal, perfect, complete
AC III.xiii.87 [Thidias to Antony, of his role as given by Caesar] One that but performs / The bidding of the fullest man
KL I.iv.3 [Kent alone] my good intent / May carry through itself to that full issue / For which I razed my likeness
Oth I.i.67 [Roderigo to Iago, of Othello] What a full fortune does the thick-lips owe