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Definition of "brimfull" [brimfull]

  • Obsolete spelling of brimful. (adjective)

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Use "brimfull" in a sentence
  • "Bouncer's schooldays are "brimfull" of just such fun, adventures and some rivalries."
  • "John Keats acknowledged it in the lines, "For I am brimfull of the friendliness/That in a little cottage I have found;/Of fair-hair'd Milton's eloquent distress,/And all his love for gentle Lycid drown'd.""
  • "Here he found a place, whose like he had never seen at all, for it was builded of gold and in its midst was a great basin brimfull of water midmost a vast flower-garden."
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