Definitions

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  • n. Fullness.

Etymologies

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From Middle English fullhede, equivalent to full +‎ -head.

Examples

  • Slightly kinder, though still for heavy players, are the fullhead hoods.

    Come Hither

  • "For of all other creatures and their works, yea, and of the works of God's self, may a man through grace have fullhead of knowing, and well he can think of them; but of God Himself can no man think.

    Catholic Community Speaks | AmericanCatholic.org

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