fullish

fullish

(ˈfʊlɪʃ)
adj
reasonably full
References in classic literature ?
I have geeven way to you in everything from the moment we were so fullish as to set foot on this accursed coast; that also was your doeeng; and it will be your fault if ivil comes of it.
With the former England captain on 39 and just five runs from becoming the sixth batsman to score 12,000 Test runs, the big paceman fired down a fullish delivery that rapped the 33-year-old on the front pad.
It would be daft to think he'll play again on Wednesday, but he looks as though he needs at least two more fullish run-outs before Eden Park on June 25.
Lancashire tried to bowl a fullish length but the left-hander seized on any chance to cut and pull.
I normally carry a Tavel and a rose of cabernet sauvignon from California with a medium to fullish body.
Despite our huge appetites, we had to admit to being on the fullish side but couldn't resist the sound of The Cricketers Summer Garden Panna Cotta at PS5.
He gets the ball to carry nicely out of a fullish length.
However, the explosive batsman departed in the 13th over when he mistimed a fullish delivery from Richardson and the ball found the save hands of Steven Smith.
He then went to drive a fullish delivery and wicketkeeper Brad Haddin took a brilliant one- handed diving catch.
Morkel's final delivery to him was in keeping with their adjusted approach, fast and fullish, and Bairstow, searching for his favourite leg-side, was found wanting.
Backed by a three-piece band, her coquettish, meowing interaction with the fullish house may have been disarming to those not familiar with her reputation, but she quickly won hearts with her soulful voice and lavish, intense performances.