Definition of Fullered

1. Verb. (past of fuller) ¹



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Definition of Fullered

1. fuller [v] - See also: fuller

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fullered

fullblood
fullbloods
fullbring
fullburn
fullcome
fullcourt
fulldo
fulldriven
fulled
fullend
fuller
fuller's earth
fuller's teasel
fullerane
fulleranes
fullered (current term)
fullerene
fullerenes
fulleride
fullerides
fulleries
fullering
fullerite
fullerites
fulleroid
fulleroids
fullers
fullery
fullest
fullface

Literary usage of Fullered

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1. Practical Blacksmithing by Milton T. Richardson (1888)
"73 it is seen fullered and forming the outline of an an- F1G. 72. ... The ends, when fullered to the proper shape, will form the face and bottom. ..."

2. The Illustrated Horse Management: Containing Descriptive Remarks Upon by Edward Mayhew (1864)
"That the reader may fully comprehend the signification of a fullered shoe, ... Behind this indentation, or fullered cavity, the iron gradually slopes away, ..."

3. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse by United States Bureau of Animal Industry, Leonard Pearson (1916)
"Left fore hoof of a regular form, shod with a plain fullered shoe 599 8. Side view of hoof and fullered shoe 599 9. An acute-angled left fore hoof shod with ..."

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