7 letter words ending in ful

Baleful (a.) Full of deadly or pernicious influence; destructive.

Baleful (a.) Full of grief or sorrow; woeful; sad.

Baneful (a.) Having poisonous qualities; deadly; destructive; injurious; noxious; pernicious.

Bashful (a.) Abashed; daunted; dismayed.

Bashful (a.) Very modest, or modest excess; constitutionally disposed to shrink from public notice; indicating extreme or excessive modesty; shy; as, a bashful person, action, expression.

Bateful (a.) Exciting contention; contentious.

Beamful (a.) Beamy; radiant.

Boatful (n.) The quantity or amount that fills a boat.

Bodeful (a.) Portentous; ominous.

Bookful (n.) As much as will fill a book; a book full.

Bookful (a.) Filled with book learning.

Bretful (a.) Brimful.

Brimful (a.) Full to the brim; completely full; ready to overflow.

Careful (a.) Full of care; anxious; solicitous.

Careful (a.) Filling with care or solicitude; exposing to concern, anxiety, or trouble; painful.

Careful (a.) Taking care; giving good heed; watchful; cautious; provident; not indifferent, heedless, or reckless; -- often followed by of, for, or the infinitive; as, careful of money; careful to do right.

Cropful (a.) Having a full crop or belly; satiated.

Dareful (a.) Full of daring or of defiance; adventurous.

Darkful (a.) Full of darkness.

Deedful (a.) Full of deeds or exploits; active; stirring.

Dernful (a.) Secret; hence, lonely; sad; mournful.

Direful (a.) Dire; dreadful; terrible; calamitous; woeful; as, a direful fiend; a direful day.

Dishful (n.) As much as a dish holds when full.

Doleful (a.) Full of dole or grief; expressing or exciting sorrow; sorrowful; sad; dismal.

Doomful (a.) Full of condemnation or destructive power.

Dureful (a.) Lasting.

Dutiful (a.) Performing, or ready to perform, the duties required by one who has the right to claim submission, obedience, or deference; submissive to natural or legal superiors; obedient, as to parents or superiors; as, a dutiful son or daughter; a dutiful ward or servant; a dutiful subject.

Dutiful (a.) Controlled by, proceeding from, a sense of duty; respectful; deferential; as, dutiful affection.

Earnful (a.) Full of anxiety or yearning.

Easeful (a.) Full of ease; suitable for affording ease or rest; quiet; comfortable; restful.

Fateful (a. .) Having the power of serving or accomplishing fate.

Fateful (a. .) Significant of fate; ominous.

Fearful (a.) Full of fear, apprehension, or alarm; afraid; frightened.

Fearful (a.) inc

Fearful (a.) Indicating, or caused by, fear.

Fearful (a.) Inspiring fear or awe; exciting apprehension or terror; terrible; frightful; dreadful.

Fishful (a.) Abounding with fish.

Foodful (a.) Full of food; supplying food; fruitful; fertile.

Formful (a.) Creative; imaginative.

Fretful (a.) Disposed to fret; ill-humored; peevish; angry; in a state of vexation; as, a fretful temper.

Gainful (a.) Profitable; advantageous; lucrative.

Gameful (a.) Full of game or games.

Gashful (a.) Full of gashes; hideous; frightful.

Gastful (a.) Alt. of Gastly

Gaudful (a.) Joyful; showy.

Gazeful (a.) Gazing.

Gladful (a.) Full of gladness; joyful; glad.

Gleeful (a.) Merry; gay; joyous.

Gustful (a.) Tasteful; well-tasted.

Gustful (a.) Gusty.

Gyreful (a.) Abounding in gyres.

Handful (n.) As much as the hand will grasp or contain.

Handful (n.) A hand's breadth; four inches.

Handful (n.) A small quantity.

Harmful (a.) Full of harm; injurious; hurtful; mischievous.

Hateful (a.) Manifesting hate or hatred; malignant; malevolent.

Hateful (a.) Exciting or deserving great dislike, aversion, or disgust; odious.

Healful (a.) Tending or serving to heal; healing.

Heedful (a.) Full of heed; regarding with care; cautious; circumspect; attentive; vigilant.

Helpful (a.) Furnishing help; giving aid; assistant; useful; salutary.

Hopeful (a.) Full of hope, or agreeable expectation; inc

Hopeful (a.) Having qualities which excite hope; affording promise of good or of success; as, a hopeful youth; a hopeful prospect.

Hurtful (a.) Tending to impair or damage; injurious; mischievous; occasioning loss or injury; as, hurtful words or conduct.

Jestful (a.) Given to jesting; full of jokes.

Leapful (n.) A basketful.

Leveful (n.) Allowable; permissible; lawful.

Lifeful (a.) Full of vitality.

Listful (a.) Attentive.

Lossful (a.) Detrimental.

Loudful (a.) Noisy.

Loveful (a.) Full of love.

Lustful (a.) Full of lust; excited by lust.

Lustful (a.) Exciting lust; characterized by lust or sensuality.

Lustful (a.) Strong; lusty.

Mastful (a.) Abounding in mast; producing mast in abundance; as, the mastful forest; a mastful chestnut.

Mazeful (a.) Mazy.

Meedful (a.) Worthy of meed, reward, or recompense; meritorious.

Milkful (a.) Full of milk; abounding with food.

Mindful (a.) Bearing in mind; regardful; attentive; heedful; observant.

Mistful (a.) Clouded with, or as with, mist.

Moanful (a.) Full of moaning; expressing sorrow.

Mopeful (a.) Mopish.

Museful (a.) Meditative; thoughtfully silent.

Needful (a.) Full of need; in need or want; needy; distressing.

Needful (a.) Necessary for supply or relief; requisite.

Nestful (n.) As much or many as will fill a nest.

Noteful (a.) Useful.

Pailful (n.) The quantity that a pail will hold.

Painful (a.) Full of pain; causing uneasiness or distress, either physical or mental; afflictive; disquieting; distressing.

Painful (a.) Requiring labor or toil; difficult; executed with laborious effort; as a painful service; a painful march.

Painful (a.) Painstaking; careful; industrious.

Pangful (a.) Full of pangs.

Pestful (a.) Pestiferous.

Pithful (a.) Full of pith.

Pitiful (a.) Full of pity; tender-hearted; compassionate; kind; merciful; sympathetic.

Pitiful (a.) Piteous; lamentable; eliciting compassion.

Pitiful (a.) To be pitied for littleness or meanness; miserable; paltry; contemptible; despicable.

Playful (a.) Sportive; gamboling; frolicsome; indulging a sportive fancy; humorous; merry; as, a playful child; a playful writer.

Plotful (a.) Abounding with plots.

Preyful (a.) Disposed to take prey.

Preyful (a.) Rich in prey.

Rageful (a.) Full of rage; expressing rage.

Rapeful (a.) Violent.

Rapeful (a.) Given to the commission of rape.

Rashful (a.) Rash; hasty; precipitate.

Restful (a.) Being at rest; quiet.

Restful (a.) Giving rest; freeing from toil, trouble, etc.

Riskful (a.) Risky.

Roomful (a.) Abounding with room or rooms; roomy.

Roomful (n.) As much or many as a room will hold; as, a roomful of men.

Rustful (a.) Full of rust; resembling rust; causing rust; rusty.

Ruthful (a.) Full of ruth

Ruthful (a.) Pitiful; tender.

Ruthful (a.) Full of sorrow; woeful.

Ruthful (a.) Causing sorrow.

Sackful (n.) As much as a sack will hold.

Sackful (a.) Bent on plunder.

Shipful (n.) As much or as many as a ship will hold; enough to fill a ship.

Skilful (a.) See Skilful.

Skinful (n.) As much as a skin can hold.

Songful (a.) Disposed to sing; full of song.

Spitful (n.) A spadeful.

Swayful (a.) Able to sway.

Taleful (a.) Full of stories.

Tearful (a.) Abounding with tears; weeping; shedding tears; as, tearful eyes.

Teemful (a.) Pregnant; prolific.

Teemful (a.) Brimful.

Teenful (a.) Full of teen; harmful; grievous; grieving; afflicted.

Tentful (n.) As much, or as many, as a tent will hold.

Timeful (a.) Seasonable; timely; sufficiently early.

Toilful (a.) Producing or involving much toil; laborious; toilsome; as, toilful care.

Trayful (n.) As much as a tray will hold; enough to fill a tray.

Treeful (n.) The quantity or number which fills a tree.

Tuneful (a.) Harmonious; melodious; musical; as, tuneful notes.

Wailful (a.) Sorrowful; mournful.

Wakeful (a.) Not sleeping; indisposed to sleep; watchful; vigilant.

Wareful (a.) Wary; watchful; cautious.

Warmful (a.) Abounding in capacity to warm; giving warmth; as, a warmful garment.

Wealful (a.) Weleful.

Weepful (a.) Full of weeping or lamentation; grieving.

Weleful (a.) Producing prosperity or happiness; blessed.

Wileful (a.) Full of wiles; trickish; deceitful.

Willful (a.) Of set purpose; self-determined; voluntary; as, willful murder.

Willful (a.) Governed by the will without yielding to reason; obstinate; perverse; inflexible; stubborn; refractory; as, a willful man or horse.

Wishful (a.) Having desire, or ardent desire; longing.

Wishful (a.) Showing desire; as, wishful eyes.

Wishful (a.) Desirable; exciting wishes.

Wistful (a.) Longing; wishful; desirous.

Wistful (a.) Full of thought; eagerly attentive; meditative; musing; pensive; contemplative.

Workful (a.) Full of work; diligent.

Wrawful (a.) Ill-tempered.





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