Fully developed, mature.
Origin of Fulsome
From Middle English fulsum, equivalent to full + -some. The meaning has evolved from an original positive connotation "abundant" to a neutral "plump" to a negative "overfed". In modern usage it can take on any of these inflections. See usage note
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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