"fully" Definition

  1. “to be FULLIED,” to be committed for trial. Term in general use among thieves. Possibly from the reports which, in the slang of the penny-a-liner, say “the prisoner was FULLY committed for trial.” The magistrates often say FULLY committed also, whatever that may mean.

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Position in the dictionary: 1364 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: funk, funking the cobbler, funny, funny-bone, fye-buck, gab, gaby, gad, gadding the hoof, gaff
Previous words in the dictionary: fullams, full of beans, full fig, full feather, full blast, full against, fuggies, fudge, frump, frummagemmed

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