the proper or destined time.
- Full of crap
Also, full of bull; full of shit. Talking nonsense or rubbish, as in She doesn’t know what she’s talking about; she’s full of crap. All of these expressions alluding to excrement are considered vulgar. [ First half of 1900s ] Also see: hot air
- Full of oneself
Conceited, self-centered, as in Ever since she won the prize Mary’s been so full of herself that no one wants to talk to her. This expression uses full of in the sense of “engrossed with” or “absorbed with,” a usage dating from about 1600.
- Full of it
1. Also, full of the devil. Mischievous, naughty. For example, The youngsters were full of it today, giving the teacher a hard time, or Bill is full of the devil, hiding his roommate’s clothes and teasing him mercilessly. 2. Talking nonsense, as in He claims to have fixed the dock, but I think he’s full […]
- Full of piss and vinegar
adjective phrase Brimming with energy; very peppy and assertive; full of beans: full of the piss and vinegar her mother lacks/ full of piss and vinegar and occasionally now, a little weed (1940s+)