overfullness


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overfullness

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overfulness

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the state of being too full
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But to my eye there was also the first hint of fat in her upper arms, an overfullness in her thigh, and a mouth already settling into thin, hard lines.
If Len can repeat the naming game with enough conviction, he hopes to encounter a world in which what he experiences as amorphous overfullness will confine itself within a linguistic structure that can make the object world obey its "natural behaviour.
In place of the balancing of the scales of justice--a notion of clear equalization--there would be the graceful granting that comes of overfullness, of the excessive, inexhaustible, and irreplaceable endowment of every evident being.