Definition of fou in English:

fou

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Pronunciation: /fuː
 
/

adjective

Scottish
Inebriated; drunk: his lordship gets them fou, steamin' fou
More example sentences
  • The station attendant verbally told me that the ancients thought I was fou drunk.

Origin

mid 16th century: variant of full1.

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