Etymology
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ireful (adj.)
c. 1300, from ire (n.) + -ful. Related: Irefully.
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wonderful (adj.)
late Old English wunderfoll; see wonder (n.) + -ful. Related: Wonderfully.
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truthful (adj.)
"habitually speaking truth," 1590s, from truth + -ful. Related: Truthfully; truthfulness.
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meaningful (adj.)

"full of meaning, significant," 1827, from meaning (n.) + -ful. Related: Meaningfully; meaningfulness.

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vengeful (adj.)
1580s, from obsolete venge (v.) "take revenge" + -ful. Related: Vengefully; vengefulness.
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bellyful (n.)
figuratively, "enough and more," 1530s, from belly (n.) + -ful. Older than the literal sense (1570s).
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changeful (adj.)

"inconstant, fickle," c. 1600, from change (n.) + -ful. Related: Changefulness.

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prayerful (adj.)

"praying much, devout," 1620s, from prayer + -ful. Related: Prayerfully; prayerfulness.

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pocketful (n.)

"as much as will fill a pocket," 1610s, from pocket (n.) + -ful.

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tactful (adj.)
1844, from tact + -ful. Related: Tactfully; tactfulness.
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