I was just brimful with it when you came up and took the words out of me mouth.
Charlie was his name; a bright, intelligent boy, brimful of mischief and fun.
Dorothy's were brimful, but Tavia's were too "frozen" for tears.
She was perhaps eighteen or nineteen, and brimful of lusty life.
I had not been in town two days, when Armitage rushed in one evening, glad to see me, and brimful of news.
Some men are brimful and running over with harmonies that will live forever.
The story of his literary struggles is brimful of courage and romance, and the impression of the book is mainly that of ubiquity.
They were brimful and overflowing with spontaneous hospitality.
When Annies cup was ready, brimful and frothy, and looking as tempting as it could, she brought it to her with a biscuit.
Profusely illustrated, and brimful of incident, adventure and fun.