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Definition of -FUL
What does -FUL mean?
- Used to form adjectives from nouns. An adjective derived by this suffix implies a thorough and certain possession of the quality of that noun, not a metaphorical fullness with it by degree or quantity. What is beautiful may be full of beauties, but is first fully beautiful; one who is wakeful is fully awake, not frequently waking; what is changeful is uncertain, not transformed; what is harmful may do a single and a mild injury.
- antonym: -less
- Used to form nouns from nouns meaning “as much as can be held by what is denoted by the noun”
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by United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs
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A Color-Ful Story
"Choose your friends by their character and your socks by their color. Choosing your socks by their character makes no sense, and choosing your friends by their color is unthinkable."
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