Full can be mistaken for a description of a whole as opposed to a part.
"The [full] frog hopped back to its lily-pad."
Can be understood as:
"The frog [that had eaten recently and was no longer hungry] hopped back to its lily-pad."
"The frog [no longer a tadpole or other "pre-frog" stage] or [not a piece of the frog but the whole frog] hopped back to its lily-pad.
What is a way of saying someone or something is "full" without that possible misunderstanding?