Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not full or complete; imperfect.

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  • And remember: you can always full more, but you can't unfull. ;o

    Archive 2005-03-06

  • I talked to him this mornin and he seemed to me to be about as unfull of it as they come.

    No Country For Old Men

  • She would always say that it's better to have food left over than let your guests leave feeling unfull.

    Hooked on Heat

  • a thing normally hard to acheive in space is also very clear here I have only thing to say that this piece is just perfect, I mean you have done a great creation of the idea and it looks awesome in full size and in unfull size.

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