Definition Of fulsome


complimentary or flattering to an excessive degree.

they are almost embarrassingly fulsome in their appreciation

of large size or quantity; generous or abundant.

a fulsome harvest

Example Of fulsome

  • After we had had a chance to have good and fulsome discussions on it, we came to mutual agreement that it would be appropriate for me to leave at this time.

  • And in Congress politics, fulsome flattery and obsequious loyalty play a vital role.

  • And, of course, the movie is loaded with details, from the fulsome costumes to the full-scale ships and even to the eventual CGI pirate-into-ghost-pirate transitions.

  • But there can seldom have been more fulsome affair than the $275 a head extravaganza last week to celebrate John Howard's 30 years in parliament.

  • Critics in Britain appear to be having an ongoing contest to see who can offer this writer the most lavishly fulsome praise.

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