Definition of Taleful

1. a. Full of stories.



Definition of Taleful

1. Adjective. Abounding with stories. ¹

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Definition of Taleful

1. full of stories [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Taleful

tale-bearers
tale bearer
tale bearers
tale of the tape
talea
taleae
talebear
talebearer
talebearers
talebearing
talebearing(a)
talebearings
talebook
taled
taleds
taleful (current term)
talegalla
taleggio
taleggios
talent
talent-spotter
talent-spotters
talent agent
talent management
talent scout
talented
talentless
talentlessly
talentlessness
talents

Literary usage of Taleful

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1. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"[< tale* + -ful.] Abounding with stories. Hangs o'er th' enlivening blaze, and taleful there Recounts his simple frolic. Thornton, Winter, 1. 90. ..."

2. The Seasons by James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch (1842)
"... with all his female train, Pensive and dripping ; while the cottage-hind '- Hangs o'er the enlivening blaze, and taleful there ..."

3. The Seasons by James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch (1842)
"... crowd The crested cock, with all his female train, Pensive and dripping ; while the cottage-hind Hangs o'er the enlivening blaze, and taleful there ..."

4. The Poetical Works of James Thomson by James Thomson (1854)
"... and dripping; while the cottage-hind Hangs o'er the enlivening blaze, and taleful there Recounts his simple frolic : much he talks, And much he laughs, ..."

5. The Complete Poetical Works of James Thomson by James Thomson, James Logie Robertson (1908)
"Mean while, the Cottage-Swain Hangs o'er th' enlivening Blaze, and, taleful, there, 130 Recounts his simple Frolic: Much he talks, And much he laughs, ..."

6. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"[< tale* + -ful.] Abounding with stories. Hangs o'er th' enlivening blaze, and taleful there Recounts his simple frolic. Thornton, Winter, 1. 90. ..."

7. The Seasons by James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch (1842)
"... with all his female train, Pensive and dripping ; while the cottage-hind '- Hangs o'er the enlivening blaze, and taleful there ..."

8. The Seasons by James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch (1842)
"... crowd The crested cock, with all his female train, Pensive and dripping ; while the cottage-hind Hangs o'er the enlivening blaze, and taleful there ..."

9. The Poetical Works of James Thomson by James Thomson (1854)
"... and dripping; while the cottage-hind Hangs o'er the enlivening blaze, and taleful there Recounts his simple frolic : much he talks, And much he laughs, ..."

10. The Complete Poetical Works of James Thomson by James Thomson, James Logie Robertson (1908)
"Mean while, the Cottage-Swain Hangs o'er th' enlivening Blaze, and, taleful, there, 130 Recounts his simple Frolic: Much he talks, And much he laughs, ..."

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