In Natasha Prince Andrew was conscious of a strange world completely alien to him and brimful
of joys unknown to him, a different world, that in the Otradnoe avenue and at the window that moonlight night had already begun to disconcert him.
The stream is brimful
now, and lies high in this little withy plantation, and half drowns the grassy fringe of the croft in front of the house.
I went home very happy, with a heart brimful
of complacency for myself, and overflowing with love for Eliza.
I am brimful
of downright questions; and I expect you to be brimful
of downright answers.
I have got a brimful
reservoir of talk to pour out on you, and an empty one ready and thirsting to receive what you have got; we will sit up till midnight and have a good satisfying interchange, for I leave here early in the morning.
He was so brimful
of exultation that he could hardly hold him- self when the old lady came back and stood above the wreck discharging lightnings of wrath from over her spectacles.
Tom he was so brimful
of it he couldn't eat nor rest.
It was a day so brimful
of quiet joy that the two friends lay flat on their backs gazing up at the scurrying clouds, and neither caring to break the silence.
In a twinkling she was by his side, brimful
of news and pleasure, too glad to notice his embarrassment, and in one of those golden transports of exultation which transcend not only words but caresses.
giving to each its proper attributes with marvellous readiness; brimful
and saturated with what he had read in his lying books
There, in fact, stood the four glasses, brimful
of this wonderful water, the delicate spray of which, as it effervesced from the surface, resembled the tremulous glitter of diamonds.
When a man gets a good berth, mother, half the deserving must come after," said the son, brimful
of pleasure, and not trying to conceal it.