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fun-filled Line breaks: fun-filled

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Definition of fun-filled in English:

adjective

Providing much enjoyment, amusement, or light-hearted pleasure: organizers promised a fun-filled day with loads of entertainment for the whole family
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  • Amazing prizes will be raffled throughout the fun-filled night.
  • On its stronger tracks the vocal harmonies are dangerously infectious, inviting the listener to join in with the fun-filled sing-alongs.
  • The circuit class, where participants alternate machine workouts with treadmill intervals, produces fun-filled, calorie-burning controlled mayhem.

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