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- adv. In a fulsome manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Fully; abundantly.
- In a fulsome manner; rankly; grossly; nauseously; obscenely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unctuous manner
Toder, while acting for Jammie, also fulsomely praised RIAA lawyer Richard Gabriel, who was doing his best to see her pilloried.
Because Toder who, while acting as her attorney, fulsomely praised RIAA lawyer Richard Gabriel, who was doing his best to see her pilloried, has pulled out.
Toder acted for Jamie in the first case, but withdrew, and in the story of his departure, he, “fulsomely praised RIAA lawyer Richard Gabriel, who was doing his best to see her pilloried, has pulled out,” we said, going on:
And sons and daughters of his flesh and of the law needs must go with him fulsomely eating out of the gnarled old hand that had half a million to disburse.
He also fulsomely credited Reagan with transforming the GOP into a "party of ideas."
They went from attacking the Social Security as an ogre to praising it fulsomely -- and then attacking it.
In 1953, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature "for his mastery of historical and biographical description" and praised, somewhat fulsomely, as a writer endowed with the "gift of Cicero's pen."
Paul Levy, managing partner at the private equity firm JLL Partners, told Bloomberg Television this morning:Newt Gingrich spoke at my annual meeting two years ago, we paid him $40,000, and this gentleman praised private equity more fulsomely than I could ever do it.
But nobody praised private equity, risk taking, capital more fulsomely than Newt Gingrich.
In a note to the staff of the Post late Tuesday afternoon, editors praised Kurtz fulsomely, saying that he "single-handedly defined this huge sector" and was an "indispensable authority" in the media field.