(?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Fulfilled (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Fulfilling.] [OE. fulfillen, fulfullen, AS. fulfyllan; ful full + fyllan to fill. See Full, a., and Fill, v. t.]
[Written also fulfil.]
1. To fill up; to make full or complete. [Obs.] "Fulfill her week" Gen. xxix. 27.
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Suffer thou that the children be fulfilled first, for it is not good to take the bread of children and give to hounds.
Wyclif (Mark vii. 27).
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2. To accomplish or carry into effect, as an intention, promise, or prophecy, a desire, prayer, or requirement, etc.; to complete by performance; to answer the requisitions of; to bring to pass, as a purpose or design; to effectuate.
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He will, fulfill the desire of them fear him.
Ps. cxlv. 199.
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Here Nature seems fulfilled in all her ends.
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Servants must their masters' minds fulfill.
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