fulsomely fulsomely


  • (adv) in an unctuous manner



  1. One realizes where a New York graffiti artist like the fulsomely promoted Keith Haring, 25 'the Peter Max of the subways' filched his ideas, a decade later.
  2. Tian Zhuangzhuang was denounced so fulsomely in 1993 for his poignant drama The Blue Kite that he has not been able to make a film since.


  • 2014: A User's Guide to the Global Economy

    On Jan. 1, 2014, Latvia will adopt the euro, and its lats currency will be no more. Farewell to the fulsomely bearded Krišj?nis Barons, the collector of folk songs who graces the 100-latu note. Goodbye to images of sailing ships and maidens, oak trees and the Daugava River.
    on November 15, 2013     Source: BusinessWeek


  1. "He was a fine writer, a detailed craftsman, like the jazz musicians he honors so fulsomely," says historian Douglas Brinkley, editor of the Library of America's road books.
    on Sep 2, 2007 By: Douglas Brinkley Source: Carlsbad Current Argus

  2. "It's a very large area and what we will seek to do is to ensure that the questions are answered fulsomely, to again give a comparison with the two periods," Golding said.
    on Dec 16, 2009 By: Bruce Golding Source: Jamaica Observer

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astral astral
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