full (adv.) 2
very, exceedingly, extremely
1H4 V.iii.29 [Hotspur to Douglas] Our soldiers stand full fairly for the day
AW I.i.103 [Helena to herself] full oft we see / Cold wisdom waiting on superfluous folly
Cym III.viii.5 [First Senator to all] the legions now in Gallia are / Full weak to undertake our wars
H8 I.i.133 [Norfolk to Buckingham] Anger is like / A full hot horse
H8 II.iv.204 [King Henry to all] I then did feel full sick, and yet not well
MM V.i.157 [Friar Peter to Duke, of Friar Lodowick] he with his oath / And all probation will make up full clear
Oth I.ii.10 [Iago to Othello, of Roderigo] he prated / And spoke such scurvy and provoking terms / Against your honour, / That ... / I did full hard forbear him
Tem I.ii.20 [Prospero to Miranda] I am ... master of a full poor cell
Tit IV.i.18 [Young Lucius to Marcus] I have heard my grandsire say full oft

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