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brimful

or brim·full

[ brim-fool ]
/ ˈbrɪmˈfʊl /
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adjective
full to the brim.
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Origin of brimful

First recorded in 1520–30; brim1 + -ful

OTHER WORDS FROM brimful

brimfully, adverbbrimfulness, brimfullness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for brimful

brimful

brimfull

/ (ˌbrɪmˈfʊl) /

adjective
(postpositive, foll by of) filled up to the brim (with)
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