Tuesday, October 14


"FUL"  is a suffix, meaning: 
full of /the quality that fills
having the tendency to / having

List of Adjectives Ending in "FUL"


1. awful

14. eventful

27. joyful

40. stressful

2. bashful

15. faithful

28. meaningful

41. tasteful

3. beautiful

16. fanciful

29. mindful

42. tearful

4. boastful

17. fearful

30. mournful

43. thoughtful

5. careful

18. forceful

31. painful

44. trustful

6.  cheerful

19. forgetful

32.  peaceful

45. truthful

7. colorful

20. frightful

33. playful

46. unlawful

8. deceitful

21. fruitful

34. plentiful

47. useful

9. delightful

22. grateful

35  powerful

48. wasteful

10. disgraceful

23.   harmful

36.  regretful

49. watchful

11. doubtful

24.  hateful

37.  remorseful

50. wonderful

12. dreadful

25. helpful

38. restful

51. youthful

13. dutiful

26. hopeful

39.  sorrowful

52.  zestful





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