brimful

[ brim-foo l ]SEE DEFINITION OF brimful
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You knew my daughter, so tall and strong, so beautiful, so brimful of life.

Charlie was his name; a bright, intelligent boy, brimful of mischief and fun.

She was perhaps eighteen or nineteen, and brimful of lusty life.

His movements, that last gesture, were brimful of energy and of life.

It is brought out just at the holiday time, and is brimful of good things.

Some men are brimful and running over with harmonies that will live forever.

He was a devil-may-care 43 Irishman, brimful of the virtues and the vices of his race.

They were brimful and overflowing with spontaneous hospitality.

Both were so brimful of wrath as to be regardless of consequences.

And she was so brimful of life, so conscious of vitality running to sheer waste.

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