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Fuller or Fuller's may refer to: Fuller (surname); A fuller, a worker who cleanses wool through the process of fulling · Fuller Brush Company · Fuller, California, an  ...

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Definition of fuller (Entry 2 of 6). : a blacksmithing hammer for grooving and spreading iron. Fuller. biographical name (1). Ful·ler | \ˈfu̇-lər \. Definition of Fuller ...

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Fuller definition, a person who fulls cloth. See more.

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Definition of fuller - a person whose occupation is fulling cloth.

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What is Fuller? Definition and meaning:FULLER fool'-er (kabhac; literally, 'to trample,' gnapheus): The fuller was usually the dyer, since, before the woven cloth ...

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Define fuller. fuller synonyms, fuller pronunciation, fuller translation, English dictionary definition of fuller. n. One that fulls cloth. n. 1. A hammer used by a ...

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a person whose work is to full cloth. Origin of fuller. Middle English from Old English fullere from Classical Latin fullo, probably from Indo-European an unverified ...

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Fuller. kobes, from kabas "to tread." The fuller's chief work was cleansing and whitening garments for festive and religious occasions. The white garment typifies ...

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Fuller definition: a person who fulls cloth for his or her living | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.