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fuller

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noun full·er \ˈf-lər\

Definition of FULLER

:  one that fulls cloth

Origin of FULLER

Middle English, from Old English fullere, from Latin fullo
First Known Use: before 12th century

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noun ful·ler \ˈf-lər\

Definition of FULLER

:  a blacksmithing hammer for grooving and spreading iron

Origin of FULLER

fuller to form a groove in
First Known Use: circa 1864

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biographical name Ful·ler \ˈf-lər\

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Melville Weston 1833–1910 Am. jurist; chief justice United States Supreme Court (1888–1910)

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(Richard) Buckminster 1895–1983 Am. engineer

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(Sarah) Margaret 1810–1850 Marchioness Os*so*li \ˈ-sə-(ˌ)lē\ Am. critic & reformer

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Thomas 1608–1661 Eng. divine & author

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