[foo l-uh m]



or ful·lam, ful·lom

[foo l-uh m]

noun Archaic.

a die loaded at one corner either to favor a throw of 4, 5, or 6 (high fulham) or to favor a throw of 1, 2, or 3 (low fulham).

Origin of fulham

First recorded in 1540–50; origin uncertain
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Examples from the Web for fullam

Historical Examples of fullam

  • The artist knew then that his picture would be hung with Anderson's and Fullam's.

    Miss Billy's Decision

    Eleanor H. Porter

  • Anderson and Fullam—big fellows, both of them—didn't catch it.

    Miss Billy's Decision

    Eleanor H. Porter

  • Much chagrined, and burning with indignation, Fullam briefly cried out to his men to advance quickly.

    Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia

    William Gilmore Simms

British Dictionary definitions for fullam



a district of the Greater London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham (since 1965): contains Fulham Palace (16th century), residence of the Bishop of London
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