When she had her trunk packed she found it over-full; it was difficult to shut it.
After the quiet of Fleetwick, Newcliff struck us at once as over-full of noise and people.
But as the baths were over-full the teacher had called her to come to him.
When she had her trunk packed, she found it over-full; it was difficult to shut it.
If it be over-full of holes, moist and spongy, it is subject to maggots.
Constantine, Gorgo and old Eusebius were left together, and the young girl was longing to unburden her over-full heart.
He twice set out for the cottage, and twice turned back,—his over-full heart almost choked with emotion.
There is no clear thinking on an empty stomach, and equally muddled are the thoughts of the over-full.
But the last chapter will be sufficient proof that he is not over-full of the spirit of mere party.
Those who have been able to do so, and have trusted the land to repay them, have discovered that the measure is over-full.