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Definition of Ful

  • a family of languages of the Fulani of West Africa and used as a lingua franca in the sub-Saharan regions from Senegal to Chad; the best known of the West African languages

How to use ful in a sentence. Ful pronunciation.

At this time, all the boundis of Scotland were ful of woddis, lesouris, and medois; for the countre wes more gevin to store of bestiall, than ony productioun of cornis; and about this castell was ane gret forest, full of haris, hindis, toddis, and siclike maner of beistis.
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He has made us feel the general spirit of affluence that prevailed; how the problem was not to get money, but to spend it; how "feet" in any one of a hundred mines could be had for the asking; how such shares were offered like apples or cigars or bonbons, as a natural matter of courtesy when one happened to have his supply in view; how any one connected with a newspaper would have stocks thrust upon him, and how in a brief time he had acquired a trunk ful of such riches and usually had something to sell when any of the claims made a stir on the market.
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And after when as this mighty prince had sent to his vassals and subiects to bring in gold and siluer for the filling of the hall, as aforesaid, as namely to the cities or townes of Quito, Paciacama and Cusco, as also to the Calao of Lima, in which towne, as their owne writers doe affirme, they found a large and faire house, all slated and couered with gold: and when as the said hall was not yet a quarter ful, a mutinie arose amongst the Spanyards, in which it was commonly giuen out, that the said prince had politikely offered this great ransome vnder pretence to raise a much more mightie power, whereby the Spanyards should be taken, slaine and ouerthrowen: wherevpon they grew to this resolution, to put the sayd prince to death, and to make partition of the golde and siluer already brought in, which they presently put in execution.
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At the entrance of the sayd riuer we met with 4 boats ful of wild men, which as far as we could perceiue, very fearfully came toward vs, so that some of them went backe againe, and the other came as neere vs as easily they might heare and vnderstand one of our wild men, who told them his name, and then tooke acquaintance of them, vpon whose word they came to vs. The next day being the 2 of September, we came out of the sayd riuer to go to Canada, and by reason of the seas flowing, the tide was very swift and dangerous, for that on the South part of it there lie two Islands, about which, more then three leagues compasse, lie many rocks and great stones, and but two fadome water: and the flowing amidst those Islands is very vnconstant and doubtful, so that if it had not bene for our boats, we had been in great danger to lose our Pinnesse: and coasting along the said drie sands, there is more then 30 fadom water.
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For all the sea coasts are ful of cleare and glistering stones, and alablaster, and therefore it is full of good hauens and harboroughs for ships.
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Their woods are thin, and ful of Walnut trees and Mulberrie trees.
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He adds, "The soyle of al Venteland is of a darke reddische yerth ful of slaty stones, and other greater of the same color.
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Leland, in speaking of this island, says, "The passage into Barrey isle at ful se is a flite shot over, as much as the Tamise is above the bridge.
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His features, at this dread ful hour, assume a sternness of expression so gloomy and terrifying that no person has courage sufficient to look him in the face, or to speak a word to him.
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Crist, ful wel he wolde be wreke.’ 5.
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She had, indeed, been so care ful, that to cloak her feelings, she had written as another person.
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During his tenure at NSA, Miles attempted to institute various programs, procedures, new mathematical modes that might be use- ful.
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Now,this moment was exceedingly wonder- ful.
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So we remained over Sunday in Quebec, and in the morning attended service at the French Cathedral; and as we all had the American accomplishments of the "Nonne, a Prioresse," who spoke French "ful fayre and fetisly After the scole of Stratford atte Bowe, The Frenche of Paris was to hire unknowe," it may be inferred that we were greatly edified by the service.
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Alle ful of fresshe floures, white and rede," "floures" which to their gay hues and graceful outlines added the rare charm of fluttering in perpetual motion.
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A shippe redy ful of peple.
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It is a very fit- ful stream, and is sometimes observed to run thin and expose all the crudities of its channel, - a great defect certainly in a river which is so much depended upon to give an air to the places it waters.
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It is the echo of an earlier tune, - an echo with a beauti- ful cadence.
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It has gone the way of most fairs, even in France, where these delight- ful exhibitions hold their own much better than might be supposed.
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In a word, Adrienne was the most complete, the most ideal personification of SENSUALITY-not of vulgar, ignorant, non intelligent, mistaken sensuousness which is always deceit ful and corrupted by habit or by the necessity for gross and ill-regulated enjoyments, but that exquisite sensuality which is to the senses what intelligence is to the soul.
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Examples of Ful

Example #1
In the fourt yeir of his regne, this nobill prince come to visie the madin Castell of Edinburgh.
Example #2
Now was the Rude Day cumin, called the Exaltation of the Croce; and, becaus the samin wes ane hie solempne day, the king past to his contemplation.
Example #3
He has told us of the desperadoes and their trifling regard for human life, and preserved other elemental characters of these prodigal days.
Example #4
The author of 'Roughing It' has given us a better picture of the Virginia City of those days and his work there than any one else will ever write.
Example #5
Make you your causes as good as it pleaseth you, but if when you come to the fort Caroline the Captaine cause you not to be hanged, I will neuer take him for an honest man: others thought that my choller being passed, I would easily forget this matter.
Example #6
And the sayd prince caused the same hall to be marked round about at the sayd height, which ransome Pyzarro granted to accept.