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Also, have one's fill. Be satisfied; have enough (or more than enough) of something. For example, I love opera—I can never get my fill of it, or He's had his fill of dirty jobs. This expression alludes to having enough (or too much) to eat. [Mid-1500s] Also see fed to the gills.

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