All prioresses were not 'Ful plesaunt and amiable of port', or stately in their manner.
I never got on so well with Ful before, or saw him really sorry.'
I Ful—Fully un—understand, and if her ladyship asks me any—anything abou—out the br—br—brook, I will lie.
Room′er, a lodger; Room′Ful, as much or as many as a room will hold.
It sheweth verye lyuely and most apertly vnto euery man his Ful dutie.
Forget′able, Forget′table; Forget′Ful, apt to forget: inattentive.
And ilke noble renoun shal be restreyned wi-inne e boundes of o maner folk but how many a man at was Ful noble in his tyme.
And Ful lytel inges ben o at widrawen e somme or e perfeccioun of blisFulnesse fro hem at ben most fortunat.
Iniquitas Sodome; saturitas panis ocium is SodomeS cwedschipe com of idelnesse of Ful wombe.
Arm′-chair, a chair with arms; Arm′Ful; Arm′-hole, the hole in a garment through which the arm is put.