Etymology
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forceful (adj.)
1570s, from force (n.) + -ful. Related: Forcefully; forcefulness.
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joyful (adj.)
mid-13c., from joy + -ful. Related: Joyfully; joyfulness.
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easeful (adj.)

"attended by or affording ease; promoting rest or comfort; quiet, peaceful, restful," late 14c., from ease (n.) + -ful.

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trustful (adj.)
1570s, "trustworthy," from trust (n.) + -ful. Meaning "trusting" attested from 1832. Related: Trustfully, trustfulness.
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brimful (adj.)
also brim-full, "full to the top," 1520s, from brim (n.) + -ful.
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bagful (n.)
"as much as a bag will hold," c. 1300, bagge-ful, from bag (n.) + -ful.
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eyeful (n.)
also eye-ful, "good look at," 1796, originally in ornamental gardening, from eye (n.) + -ful.
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helpful (adj.)
late 14c., from help (n.) + -ful. Related: Helpfully; helpfulness.
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tearful (adj.)
1580s, from tear (n.1) + -ful. Related: Tearfully; tearfulness.
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hurtful (adj.)
"harmful, injurious," mid-15c., from hurt (n.) + -ful. Related: Hurtfully; hurtfulness.
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