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274 Words That End With UL

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afoul (adjective) especially of a ship's lines etc Synonyms: foul, fouled
ampul (noun) a small bottle that contains a drug (especially a sealed sterile container for injection by needle) Synonyms: phial, vial, ampoule, ampule
annul (verb) declare invalid Synonyms: nullify, invalidate, quash, void, avoid
(verb) cancel officially Synonyms: reverse, overturn, vacate, lift, revoke, repeal, rescind, countermand
armful (noun) the quantity that can be contained in the arms
artful (adjective) not straightforward or candid; giving a false appearance of frankness Synonyms: disingenuous
(adjective) marked by skill in achieving a desired end especially with cunning or craft
awful (adverb) used as intensifiers Synonyms: awfully, frightfully, terribly
(adjective) offensive or even (of persons) malicious Synonyms: nasty
(adjective) exceptionally bad or displeasing Synonyms: unspeakable, dreadful, painful, abominable, atrocious, terrible
(adjective) causing fear or dread or terror Synonyms: horrendous, horrific, dire, direful, dread, dreaded, dreadful, fearful, fearsome, frightening, terrible
(adjective) inspired by a feeling of fearful wonderment or reverence Synonyms: awed
(adjective) extreme in degree or extent or amount or impact Synonyms: frightful, terrible, tremendous
(adjective) inspiring awe or admiration or wonder Synonyms: amazing, awe-inspiring, awesome, awing
bagful (noun) the quantity that a bag will hold Synonyms: bag
baleful (adjective) deadly or sinister Synonyms: baneful
(adjective) threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments Synonyms: menacing, minacious, minatory, ominous, sinister, forbidding, threatening
baneful (adjective) exceedingly harmful Synonyms: deadly, pernicious, pestilent
(adjective) deadly or sinister Synonyms: baleful
barnful (noun) the quantity that a barn will hold
barrelful (noun) the quantity that a barrel (of any size) will hold Synonyms: barrel
barrowful (noun) the quantity that a barrow will hold Synonyms: barrow
bashful (adjective) self-consciously timid
(adjective) disposed to avoid notice Synonyms: blate
basinful (noun) the quantity that a basin will hold Synonyms: basin
basketful (noun) the quantity contained in a basket Synonyms: basket
battleful (adjective) having or showing a ready disposition to fight Synonyms: combative, bellicose
beautiful (adjective) delighting the senses or exciting intellectual or emotional admiration
(adjective) (of weather) highly enjoyable
befoul (verb) spot, stain, or pollute Synonyms: foul, maculate, defile
bellyful (noun) an undesirable overabundance
binful (noun) the quantity contained in a bin Synonyms: bin
blameful (adjective) deserving blame or censure as being wrong or evil or injurious Synonyms: censurable, culpable, blamable, blameable, blameworthy
blissful (adjective) completely happy and contented
blushful (adjective) having a red face from embarrassment or shame or agitation or emotional upset Synonyms: red-faced, blushing
(adjective) of blush color Synonyms: rosy
boastful (adjective) exhibiting self-importance Synonyms: self-aggrandising, self-aggrandizing, cock-a-hoop, crowing, big, braggart, bragging, braggy
bottleful (noun) the quantity contained in a bottle Synonyms: bottle
bountiful (adjective) given or giving freely Synonyms: handsome, openhanded, giving, big, bighearted, bounteous, freehanded, liberal
(adjective) producing in abundance Synonyms: plentiful
bowlful (noun) the quantity contained in a bowl Synonyms: bowl
boxful (noun) the quantity contained in a box Synonyms: box
brimful (adjective) filled up Synonyms: brimfull, brimming
bucketful (noun) the quantity contained in a bucket Synonyms: bucket
bulbul (noun) nightingale spoken of in Persian poetry
canful (noun) the quantity contained in a can Synonyms: can
capful (noun) the quantity that a cap will hold
caracul (noun) hardy coarse-haired sheep of central Asia; lambs are valued for their soft curly black fur Synonyms: broadtail, karakul
careful (adjective) exercising caution or showing care or attention
(adjective) cautiously attentive Synonyms: heedful
(adjective) unhurried and with care and dignity Synonyms: measured, deliberate
(adjective) full of cares or anxiety
(adjective) mindful of the future in spending money Synonyms: thrifty
carful (noun) the quantity that a car will hold
cartonful (noun) the quantity contained in a carton Synonyms: carton
caseful (noun) the quantity contained in a case Synonyms: case
caskful (noun) the quantity a cask will hold Synonyms: cask
caterwaul (verb) utter shrieks, as of cats Synonyms: yowl
(noun) the yowling sound made by a cat in heat
caul (noun) part of the peritoneum attached to the stomach and to the colon and covering the intestines Synonyms: gastrocolic omentum, greater omentum
(noun) the inner membrane of embryos in higher vertebrates (especially when covering the head at birth) Synonyms: veil, embryonic membrane
chanceful (adjective) of uncertain outcome; especially fraught with risk Synonyms: dicey, dodgy, chancy
changeful (adjective) such that alteration is possible; having a marked tendency to change Synonyms: changeable
cheerful (adjective) being full of or promoting cheer; having or showing good spirits
(adjective) pleasantly (even unrealistically) optimistic Synonyms: upbeat, pollyannaish
chockful (adjective) packed full to capacity Synonyms: chock-full, chockablock, choke-full, chuck-full, cram full
colorful (adjective) having much or varied color Synonyms: colourful
(adjective) striking in variety and interest Synonyms: colourful
(adjective) having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination Synonyms: colored, coloured
colourful (adjective) striking in variety and interest Synonyms: colorful
(adjective) having much or varied color Synonyms: colorful
consul (noun) a diplomat appointed by a government to protect its commercial interests and help its citizens in a foreign country
containerful (noun) the quantity that a container will hold
crateful (noun) the quantity contained in a crate Synonyms: crate
cul (noun) a passage with access only at one end Synonyms: dead end, cul de sac
cupful (noun) the quantity a cup will hold Synonyms: cup
deceitful (adjective) involving deception Synonyms: fallacious, fraudulent
(adjective) marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another Synonyms: Janus-faced, double-dealing, double-faced, double-tongued, duplicitous, ambidextrous, two-faced
delightful (adjective) greatly pleasing or entertaining Synonyms: delicious
despiteful (adjective) showing malicious ill will and a desire to hurt; motivated by spite Synonyms: spiteful, vindictive
dessertspoonful (noun) as much as a dessert spoon will hold Synonyms: dessertspoon
direful (adjective) causing fear or dread or terror Synonyms: horrendous, horrific, dire, dread, dreaded, dreadful, awful, fearful, fearsome, frightening, terrible
disdainful (adjective) expressing extreme contempt Synonyms: insulting, scornful, contemptuous
(adjective) having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy Synonyms: imperious, haughty, prideful, overbearing, sniffy, supercilious, swaggering, lordly
disgraceful (adjective) giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation Synonyms: scandalous, shameful, shocking
(adjective) (used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame Synonyms: ignominious, inglorious, opprobrious, shameful, black
disgustful (adjective) highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust Synonyms: repellant, repellent, repelling, revolting, disgusting, distasteful, wicked, skanky, foul, yucky, loathly, loathsome
dishful (noun) the quantity that a dish will hold Synonyms: dish
disrespectful (adjective) exhibiting lack of respect; rude and discourteous
(adjective) neither feeling nor showing respect Synonyms: aweless, awless
distasteful (adjective) not pleasing in odor or taste Synonyms: unsavory, unsavoury
(adjective) highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust Synonyms: repellant, repellent, repelling, revolting, disgustful, disgusting, wicked, skanky, foul, yucky, loathly, loathsome
distressful (adjective) causing distress or worry or anxiety Synonyms: distressing, disturbing, perturbing, worrisome, worrying, troubling
distrustful (adjective) having or showing distrust
doleful (adjective) filled with or evoking sadness Synonyms: mournful
doubtful (adjective) open to doubt or suspicion Synonyms: in question, dubious, dubitable
(adjective) fraught with uncertainty or doubt Synonyms: dubious
(adjective) unsettled in mind or opinion Synonyms: tentative
dreadful (adjective) causing fear or dread or terror Synonyms: horrendous, horrific, dire, direful, dread, dreaded, awful, fearful, fearsome, frightening, terrible
(adjective) exceptionally bad or displeasing Synonyms: unspeakable, painful, abominable, atrocious, awful, terrible
(adjective) extremely disagreeable and unpleasant
dustpanful (noun) the quantity that a dustpan will hold Synonyms: dustpan
dutiful (adjective) willingly obedient out of a sense of duty and respect Synonyms: duteous
earful (noun) an outpouring of gossip
(noun) a severe scolding Synonyms: going-over, castigation, upbraiding, dressing down, chewing out, bawling out
effortful (adjective) requiring great physical effort
eventful (adjective) full of events or incidents
(adjective) having important issues or results Synonyms: consequential
eyeful (noun) a strikingly beautiful woman
(noun) a full view; a good look
faithful (noun) any loyal and steadfast following
(noun) a group of people who adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church Synonyms: congregation, fold
(adjective) steadfast in affection or allegiance
(adjective) not having sexual relations with anyone except your husband or wife, or your boyfriend or girlfriend
(adjective) marked by fidelity to an original Synonyms: close
fanciful (adjective) indulging in or influenced by fancy Synonyms: notional
(adjective) not based on fact; existing only in the imagination Synonyms: notional, imaginary
(adjective) having a curiously intricate quality
fateful (adjective) having momentous consequences; of decisive importance Synonyms: fatal
(adjective) ominously prophetic Synonyms: portentous, foreboding
(adjective) (of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences; bringing ruin Synonyms: disastrous, calamitous, black, fatal
(adjective) controlled or decreed by fate; predetermined Synonyms: fatal
fearful (adjective) lacking courage; ignobly timid and faint-hearted Synonyms: cowardly
(adjective) experiencing or showing fear
(adjective) causing fear or dread or terror Synonyms: horrendous, horrific, dire, direful, dread, dreaded, dreadful, awful, fearsome, frightening, terrible
(adjective) extremely distressing Synonyms: frightful
(adjective) timid by nature or revealing timidity Synonyms: timorous, trepid
fistful (noun) the quantity that can be held in the hand Synonyms: handful
fitful (adjective) occurring in spells and often abruptly Synonyms: spasmodic
(adjective) intermittently stopping and starting Synonyms: interrupted, off-and-on
flaskful (noun) the quantity a flask will hold Synonyms: flask
flavorful (adjective) full of flavor Synonyms: sapid, saporous, flavorous, flavorsome, flavourful, flavourous, flavoursome
flavourful (adjective) full of flavor Synonyms: sapid, saporous, flavorful, flavorous, flavorsome, flavourous, flavoursome
forceful (adjective) characterized by or full of force or strength (often but not necessarily physical)
(adjective) forceful and definite in expression or action Synonyms: emphatic
foresightful (adjective) planning prudently for the future Synonyms: prospicient, farseeing, farsighted, foresighted, long, longsighted
forethoughtful (adjective) thoughtful of the future
forgetful (adjective) (of memory) deficient in retentiveness or range Synonyms: unretentive, short
(adjective) not mindful or attentive Synonyms: unmindful, mindless
(adjective) failing to keep in mind Synonyms: oblivious
foul (verb) hit a foul ball
(verb) make impure Synonyms: pollute, contaminate
(verb) become or cause to become obstructed Synonyms: back up, choke, choke off, clog, clog up, congest, crap up
(verb) commit a foul; break the rules
(verb) spot, stain, or pollute Synonyms: maculate, defile, befoul
(verb) make unclean
(verb) become soiled and dirty
(noun) an act that violates the rules of a sport
(adjective) (of a baseball) not hit between the foul lines
(adjective) highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust Synonyms: repellant, repellent, repelling, revolting, disgustful, disgusting, distasteful, wicked, skanky, yucky, loathly, loathsome
(adjective) offensively malodorous Synonyms: noisome, ill-scented, smelly, stinking, fetid, foetid, foul-smelling, funky
(adjective) violating accepted standards or rules Synonyms: unsporting, unsportsmanlike, dirty, cheating
(adjective) (of a manuscript) defaced with changes Synonyms: marked-up, dirty
(adjective) characterized by obscenity Synonyms: nasty, smutty, cruddy, filthy
(adjective) disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter Synonyms: nasty, filthy
(adjective) especially of a ship's lines etc Synonyms: afoul, fouled
fretful (adjective) nervous and unable to relax Synonyms: restless, itchy, antsy, fidgety
(adjective) habitually complaining Synonyms: querulous, whiney, whiny
frightful (adjective) provoking horror Synonyms: ugly, horrible, horrifying, atrocious
(adjective) extreme in degree or extent or amount or impact Synonyms: awful, terrible, tremendous
(adjective) extremely distressing Synonyms: fearful
fruitful (adjective) productive or conducive to producing in abundance
gainful (adjective) yielding a fair profit Synonyms: paid, paying
ghoul (noun) someone who takes bodies from graves and sells them for anatomical dissection Synonyms: graverobber, body snatcher
(noun) an evil spirit or ghost
glassful (noun) the quantity a glass will hold Synonyms: glass
gleeful (adjective) full of high-spirited delight Synonyms: joyful, jubilant, elated
gloomful (adjective) depressingly dark Synonyms: glooming, gloomy, sulky
graceful (adjective) characterized by beauty of movement, style, form, or execution
(adjective) suggesting taste, ease, and wealth Synonyms: refined, elegant
grateful (adjective) feeling or showing gratitude Synonyms: thankful
(adjective) affording comfort or pleasure
guileful (adjective) marked by skill in deception Synonyms: dodgy, knavish, wily, slick, sly, crafty, cunning, foxy, tricksy, tricky
handful (noun) a small number or amount Synonyms: smattering
(noun) the quantity that can be held in the hand Synonyms: fistful

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