8 letter words ending in ful

Abuseful (a.) Full of abuse; abusive.

Amazeful (a.) Full of amazement.

Amendful (a.) Much improving.

Annoyful (a.) Annoying.

Apronful (n.) The quantity an apron can hold.

Aviseful (a.) Watchful; circumspect.

Bellyful (n.) As much as satisfies the appetite. Hence: A great abundance; more than enough.

Blameful (a.) Faulty; meriting blame.

Blameful (a.) Attributing blame or fault; implying or conveying censure; faultfinding; censorious.

Blissful (a.) Full of, characterized by, or causing, joy and felicity; happy in the highest degree.

Blushful (a.) Full of blushes.

Boastful (a.) Given to, or full of, boasting; inc

Causeful (n.) Having a cause.

Charmful (a.) Abounding with charms.

Cheerful (a.) Having or showing good spirits or joy; cheering; cheery; contented; happy; joyful; lively; animated; willing.

Crimeful (a.) Criminal; wicked; contrary to law, right, or dury.

Deathful (a.) Full of death or slaughter; murderous; destructive; bloody.

Deathful (a.) Liable to undergo death; mortal.

Dirgeful (a.) Funereal; moaning.

Doubtful (a.) Not settled in opinion; undetermined; wavering; hesitating in belief; also used, metaphorically, of the body when its action is affected by such a state of mind; as, we are doubtful of a fact, or of the propriety of a measure.

Doubtful (a.) Admitting of doubt; not obvious, clear, or certain; questionable; not decided; not easy to be defined, classed, or named; as, a doubtful case, hue, claim, title, species, and the like.

Doubtful (a.) Characterized by ambiguity; dubious; as, a doubtful expression; a doubtful phrase.

Doubtful (a.) Of uncertain issue or event.

Doubtful (a.) Fearful; apprehensive; suspicious.

Dreadful (a.) Full of dread or terror; fearful.

Dreadful (a.) Inspiring dread; impressing great fear; fearful; terrible; as, a dreadful storm.

Dreadful (a.) Inspiring awe or reverence; awful.

Dreamful (a.) Full of dreams.

Errorful (a.) Full of error; wrong.

Eventful (a.) Full of, or rich in, events or incidents; as, an eventful journey; an eventful period of history; an eventful period of life.

Faithful (a.) Full of faith, or having faith; disposed to believe, especially in the declarations and promises of God.

Faithful (a.) Firm in adherence to promises, oaths, contracts, treaties, or other engagements.

Faithful (a.) True and constant in affection or allegiance to a person to whom one is bound by a vow, be ties of love, gratitude, or honor, as to a husband, a prince, a friend; firm in the observance of duty; loyal; of true fidelity; as, a faithful husband or servant.

Faithful (a.) Worthy of confidence and belief; conformable to truth ot fact; exact; accurate; as, a faithful narrative or representation.

Fanciful (a.) Full of fancy; guided by fancy, rather than by reason and experience; whimsical; as, a fanciful man forms visionary projects.

Fanciful (a.) Conceived in the fancy; not consistent with facts or reason; abounding in ideal qualities or figures; as, a fanciful scheme; a fanciful theory.

Fanciful (a.) Curiously shaped or constructed; as, she wore a fanciful headdress.

Faultful (a.) Full of faults or sins.

Feastful (a.) Festive; festal; joyful; sumptuous; luxurious.

Fenceful (a.) Affording defense; defensive.

Fiendful (a.) Full of fiendish spirit or arts.

Folliful (a.) Full of folly.

Forceful (a.) Full of or processing force; exerting force; mighty.

Fountful (a.) Full of fountains.

Fraudful (a.) Full of fraud, deceit, or treachery; trickish; treacherous; fraudulent; -- applied to persons or things.

Friskful (a.) Brisk; lively; frolicsome.

Fruitful (a.) Full of fruit; producing fruit abundantly; bearing results; prolific; fertile; liberal; bountiful; as, a fruitful tree, or season, or soil; a fruitful wife.

Ghastful (a.) Fit to make one aghast; dismal.

Glassful (n.) The contents of a glass; as much of anything as a glass will hold.

Glassful (a.) Glassy; shining like glass.

Graceful (a.) Displaying grace or beauty in form or action; elegant; easy; agreeable in appearance; as, a graceful walk, deportment, speaker, air, act, speech.

Grateful (a.) Having a due sense of benefits received; kindly disposed toward one from whom a favor has been received; willing to acknowledge and repay, or give thanks for, benefits; as, a grateful heart.

Grateful (a.) Affording pleasure; pleasing to the senses; gratifying; delicious; as, a grateful present; food grateful to the palate; grateful sleep.

Griefful (a.) Full of grief or sorrow.

Gripeful (a.) Disposed to gripe; extortionate.

Groanful (a.) Agonizing; sad.

Guardful (a.) Cautions; wary; watchful.

Guileful (a.) Full of guile; characterized by cunning, deceit, or treachery; guilty.

Ladleful (n.) A quantity sufficient to fill a ladle.

Lightful (a.) Full of light; bright.

Loathful (a.) Full of loathing; hating; abhorring.

Loathful (a.) Causing a feeling of loathing; disgusting.

Merciful (a.) Full of mercy; having or exercising mercy; disposed to pity and spare offenders; unwilling to punish.

Merciful (a.) Unwilling to give pain; compassionate.

Mightful (a.) Mighty.

Mirthful (a.) Full of mirth or merriment; merry; as, mirthful children.

Mirthful (a.) Indicating or inspiring mirth; as, a mirthful face.

Moistful (a.) Full of moisture.

Mournful (a.) Full of sorrow; expressing, or intended to express, sorrow; mourning; grieving; sad; also, causing sorrow; saddening; grievous; as, a mournful person; mournful looks, tones, loss.

Mouthful (n.) As much as is usually put into the mouth at one time.

Mouthful (n.) Hence, a small quantity.

Noiseful (a.) Loud; clamorous.

Peaceful (a.) Possessing or enjoying peace; not disturbed by war, tumult, agitation, anxiety, or commotion; quiet; tranquil; as, a peaceful time; a peaceful country; a peaceful end.

Peaceful (a.) Not disposed or tending to war, tumult or agitation; pacific; mild; calm; peaceable; as, peaceful words.

Placeful (a.) In the appointed place.

Plateful (n.) Enough to fill a plate; as much as a plate will hold.

Powerful (a.) Full of power; capable of producing great effects of any kind; potent; mighty; efficacious; intense; as, a powerful man or beast; a powerful engine; a powerful argument; a powerful light; a powerful vessel.

Powerful (a.) Large; capacious; -- said of veins of ore.

Prateful (a.) Talkative.

Prideful (a.) Full of pride; haughty.

Purseful (n.) All that is, or can be, contained in a purse; enough to fill a purse.

Quemeful (a.) Kindly; merciful.

Rightful (a.) Righteous; upright; just; good; -- said of persons.

Rightful (a.) Consonant to justice; just; as, a rightful cause.

Rightful (a.) Having the right or just claim according to established laws; being or holding by right; as, the rightful heir to a throne or an estate; a rightful king.

Rightful (a.) Belonging, held, or possessed by right, or by just claim; as, a rightful inheritance; rightful authority.

Scathful (a.) Harmful; doing damage; pernicious.

Sceneful (a.) Having much scenery.

Scentful (a.) Full of scent or odor; odorous.

Scentful (a.) Of quick or keen smell.

Scornful (a.) Full of scorn or contempt; contemptuous; disdainful.

Scornful (a.) Treated with scorn; exciting scorn.

Senseful (a.) Full of sense, meaning, or reason; reasonable; judicious.

Shadeful (a.) Full of shade; shady.

Shameful (a.) Bringing shame or disgrace; injurious to reputation; disgraceful.

Shameful (a.) Exciting the feeling of shame in others; indecent; as, a shameful picture; a shameful sight.

Sheetful (n.) Enough to fill a sheet; as much as a sheet can hold.

Shendful (a.) Destructive; ruinous; disgraceful.

Sightful (a.) Easily or clearly seen; distinctly visible; perspicuous.

Skillful (a.) Discerning; reasonable; judicious; cunning.

Skillful (a.) Possessed of, or displaying, skill; knowing and ready; expert; well-versed; able in management; as, a skillful mechanic; -- often followed by at, in, or of; as, skillful at the organ; skillful in drawing.

Sleepful (a.) Strongly inc

Slothful (a.) Addicted to sloth; inactive; sluggish; lazy; indolent; idle.

Sneerful (a.) Given to sneering.

Sorweful (a.) Sorrowful.

Spaceful (a.) Wide; extensive.

Spadeful (n.) As much as a spade will hold or lift.

Spareful (a.) Sparing; chary.

Sparkful (a.) Lively; brisk; gay.

Speedful (a.) Full of speed (in any sense).

Spellful (a.) Abounding in spells, or charms.

Spiteful (a.) Filled with, or showing, spite; having a desire to vex, annoy, or injure; malignant; malicious; as, a spiteful person or act.

Spoilful (a.) Wasteful; rapacious.

Spoonful (n.) The quantity which a spoon contains, or is able to contain; as, a teaspoonful; a tablespoonful.

Spoonful (n.) Hence, a small quantity.

Sportful (a.) Full of sport; merry; frolicsome; full of jesting; indulging in mirth or play; playful; wanton; as, a sportful companion.

Sportful (a.) Done in jest, or for mere play; sportive.

Startful (a.) Apt to start; skittish.

Stateful (a.) Full of state; stately.

Stickful (n.) As much set type as fills a composing stick.

Stormful (a.) Abounding with storms.

Surgeful (a.) Abounding in surges; surgy.

Tasteful (a.) Having a high relish; savory.

Tasteful (a.) Having or exhibiting good taste; in accordance with good taste; tasty; as, a tasteful drapery.

Thankful (a.) Obtaining or deserving thanks; thankworthy.

Thankful (a.) Impressed with a sense of kindness received, and ready to acknowledge it; grateful.

Toothful (a.) Toothsome.

Tradeful (a.) Full of trade; busy in traffic; commercial.

Tressful (a.) Tressy.

Trunkful (n.) As much as a trunk will hold; enough to fill a trunk.

Trustful (a.) Full of trust; trusting.

Trustful (a.) Worthy of trust; faithful; trusty; trustworthy.

Truthful (a.) Full of truth; veracious; reliable.

Unartful (a.) Lacking art or skill; artless.

Unlawful (a.) Not lawful; contrary to law.

Vauntful (a.) Given to vaunting or boasting; vainly ostentatious; boastful; vainglorious.

Vengeful (a.) Vindictive; retributive; revengeful.

Voiceful (a.) Having a voice or vocal quality; having a loud voice or many voices; vocal; sounding.

Wagonful (n.) As much as a wagon will hold; enough to fill a wagon; a wagonload.

Wasteful (a.) Full of waste; destructive to property; ruinous; as, wasteful practices or negligence; wasteful expenses.

Wasteful (a.) Expending, or tending to expend, property, or that which is valuable, in a needless or useless manner; lavish; prodigal; as, a wasteful person; a wasteful disposition.

Wasteful (a.) Waste; desolate; unoccupied; untilled.

Watchful (a.) Full of watch; vigilant; attentive; careful to observe closely; observant; cautious; -- with of before the thing to be regulated or guarded; as, to be watchful of one's behavior; and with against before the thing to be avoided; as, to be watchful against the growth of vicious habits.

Weariful (a.) Abounding in qualities which cause weariness; wearisome.

Worthful (a.) Full of worth; worthy; deserving.

Wrackful (a.) Ruinous; destructive.

Wrathful (a.) Full of wrath; very angry; greatly incensed; ireful; passionate; as, a wrathful man.

Wrathful (a.) Springing from, or expressing, wrath; as, a wrathful countenance.

Wreakful (a.) Revengeful; angry; furious.

Wreckful (a.) Causing wreck; involving ruin; destructive.

Wrongful (a.) Full of wrong; injurious; unjust; unfair; as, a wrongful taking of property; wrongful dealing.

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Mark McCracken

Author: Mark McCracken is a corporate trainer and author living in Higashi Osaka, Japan. He is the author of thousands of online articles as well as the Business English textbook, "25 Business Skills in English".

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