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lifeful

[ lahyf-fuhl ]
/ ˈlaɪf fəl /
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adjective
full of life; lively; animated.
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Origin of lifeful

First recorded in 1175–1225, lifeful is from the Middle English word lifful.See life, -ful
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How to use lifeful in a sentence

  • I just don't know if a woman can stand alone, for that's what it would come to afterward, against a whole lifeful of misjudgment.

    The Three Black Pennys|Joseph Hergesheimer
  • And, above all this lifeful uproar of the animal creation, a loud laugh rang out.

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