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fulsome
American English: /ˈfʊlsəm/
British English: /ˈfʊls(ə)m/

Translation of fulsome in Spanish:

adjective

  • (manner/gratitude)
    excesivamente efusivo
    Example sentences
    • And in Congress politics, fulsome flattery and obsequious loyalty play a vital role.
    • If the compliment seems fulsome, it must be remembered that Meres has higher praise and more of it for Shakespeare's fellow Warwickshireman, Michael Drayton.
    • Encouraged by success, he went to Rome, collected rich patrons, and with fulsome flattery won, but failed to keep, the favour of the tyrant Domitian.

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