When your corn harvest produces three times as much corn as last year's harvest did, this is an example of a harvest that would be described as fulsome.
When you keep going on and on and on about how delicious someone's cooking is to the point where people are annoyed by your repeated praise, this is an example of comments which would be described as fulsome.
Her fulsome timbre resonated throughout the hall.
Origin of fulsome
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- 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