[foo l-nis] /ˈfʊl nɪs/
(1.) Of time (Gal. 4:4), the time appointed by God, and foretold by the prophets, when Messiah should appear. (2.) Of Christ (John 1:16), the superabundance of grace with which he was filled. (3.) Of the Godhead bodily dwelling in Christ (Col. 2:9), i.e., the whole nature and attributes of God are in Christ. (4.) Eph. 1:23, the church as the fulness of Christ, i.e., the church makes Christ a complete and perfect head.
[foo l-suh m, fuhl-] /ˈfʊl səm, ˈfʌl-/ adjective 1. offensive to good taste, especially as being excessive; overdone or gross: fulsome praise that embarrassed her deeply; fulsome décor. 2. disgusting; sickening; repulsive: a table heaped with fulsome mounds of greasy foods. 3. excessively or insincerely lavish: fulsome admiration. 4. encompassing all aspects; comprehensive: a fulsome […]
- Fulton sheen
[sheen] /ʃin/ noun 1. Fulton (John) 1895–1979, U.S. Roman Catholic clergyman, writer, and teacher. /ʃiːn/ noun 1. a gleaming or glistening brightness; lustre 2. (poetic) splendid clothing adjective 3. (rare) shining and beautiful; radiant n. “shining, brightness,” 1602 (first attested in “Hamlet” iii.2), noun use of adjective sheene “beautiful, bright,” from Old English scene, sciene […]
[fuhl-vuh s] /ˈfʌl vəs/ adjective 1. tawny; dull yellowish-gray or yellowish-brown. /ˈfʌlvəs; ˈfʊl-/ adjective 1. of a dull brownish-yellow colour; tawny
jargon At Xerox PARC, often the third standard metasyntactic variable after foo and bar. baz is more common outside PARC. [Jargon File] (2003-09-24)