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brimful

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Pronunciation: /ˈbrɪmfʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/

Definition of brimful in English:

adjective

[predicative]
Filled with something to the point of overflowing: a jug brimful of custard
More example sentences
  • My heart was brimful of love and joy in him and his folk.
  • The Prime Minister remains brimful of hope.
  • Mountbatten was vigorous, young, and brimful of charm.
Synonyms
brimming, full, filled, filled up, filled/full to the brim, filled to capacity, overfull, running over;
informal flush, full to the gunwales

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