English version

brimful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrimfulbrim‧ful /ˈbrɪmfʊl/ adjective [not before noun] 🔊 🔊 VERYvery full of somethingbrimful of 🔊 The team is brimful of confidence after their win last week. 🔊 a glass brimful of red wine
Examples from the Corpus
brimfulHe shot me a look brimful of amusement, then drained his cup and sat back in the chair.But for all that Electric Moon is brimful of charm and many small gems of enlightenment.
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