Pronunciation: (fool'ur),[key] —n. a person who fulls cloth.
Pronunciation: (fool'ur),[key] —n. 1. a half-round hammer used for grooving and spreading iron.
2. a tool or part of a die for reducing the sectional area of a piece of work.
3. a groove running along the flat of a sword blade.
—v.t. to reduce the sectional area of (a piece of metal) with a fuller or fullers.
Pronunciation: (fool'ur),[key] —n. 1. George, 1822–84, U.S. painter.
2. Henry B(lake),(“Stanton Page”), 1857–1929, U.S. novelist, poet, and critic.
3. Melville Wes•ton Pronunciation: (wes'tun),[key] 1833–1910, Chief Justice of the U.S. 1888–1910.
4. R(ichard) Buckminster, 1895–1983, U.S. engineer, designer, and architect.
5. (Sarah) Margaret(Marchioness Ossoli), 1810–50, U.S. author and literary critic.
6. Thomas, 1608–61, English clergyman and historian.