brimful

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adjective brim·ful \ˈbrim-ˈfu̇l, -ˌfu̇l\

Definition of brimful

  1. :  full to the brim :  ready to overflow

Examples of brimful in a Sentence

  1. a book brimful of stories about people who overcome childhood adversities to achieve great things

Circa 1530

First Known Use of brimful

circa 1530



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