brim-full

brimful

[brim-fool]
adjective
full to the brim.
Also, brimfull.


Origin:
1520–30; brim1 + -ful

brimfully, adverb
brimfulness, brimfullness, noun
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brimful or brimfull (ˌbrɪmˈfʊl)
 
adj (, foll by of)
filled up to the brim (with)
 
brimfull or brimfull
 
adj

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brimful
1520s, from brim + -ful.
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