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fou

(fuː)
adj
1. full
2. drunk
[perhaps a Scot variant of full]
References in classic literature ?
"It doesn't stand to reason that a pretty woman could be th' mother o' such a fou' little lass," she had added obstinately.
The steep cliff near th mouth of the Rio Negro is its northern limit on the Patagonian coast; and they have there wandered about fou hundred miles from the great central line of their habitation in the Andes.
provisioning service of the fou (organic fraction wet) - code cer 20 01 08 produced by the separate collection of solid urban waste in the area served by the castelli di marino spa multi-service
Speaking to journalists at a press briefing on Thursday, the Customs Area Controller, FOU Zone A of the NCS, Compt.
[beaucoup moins que] Quand le peuple ne trouve plus sa part de progres [beaucoup plus grand que], il peut etre [beaucoup moins que] attire par l'autoritarisme, qui dit : "la democratie ne vous protege plus contre les inegalites de ce capitalisme devenu fou. Nous allons faire des murs, des frontieres, sortir de ce multilateralisme, il est mou".
"I took it out of the kitchen at Le Roi Fou, switching to biodegradable paper, reusable plastic and stainless steel containers with lids.
Day passes to Puy du Fou, start at about PS30 for adults, PS20 for children.
Le Roi Fou offers a relaxed fine dining experience and serves modern European dishes influenced by Jerome's French-Swiss roots and extensive culinary career in fine restaurants, including as Head Chef at Anton Mosimann's private dining club.
The sheer scale of it was truly incredible, as were the spectacular lighting effects, 3D video projection and the flight of 20 Neopters, Puy du Fou's drones.
Fou on 9 July to police, he says he withdrew US$7,100.00 from Ecoma Mauritania's account as a Director with the purpose of shipping the company's container.