Definitions For Fullam


FULLAM (plural fullam or fullams) (archaic, UK, slang) A false die; a die intentionally loaded, or unevenly weighted, so that it always rolls a specific number. }} }} }} (archaic, UK, colloquial, by extension) A sham; a hoax; a make-believe.


false die gourd, langret, loaded dice {{qualifier, plural}} sham see thesaurus:deception


false die highmen, , loaded for high number {{qualifier, plural}}, lowmen, , loaded for low number {{qualifier, plural}}, uphills, , loaded for high number {{qualifier, plural}}

Alternative forms

fullan, fullom, fulham


From Fulham, a London suburb, which during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I was the most notorious place for blacklegs in all of England. loaded dice, loaded dice were supposed to have been chiefly made there.

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