make (something) full; fill up.
he full up the house with bawling
gather or pleat (fabric) so as to make a garment full.
Her skirt was white, fulled and gathered and looked as if the entire milky way had fallen upon it.
(of the moon or tide) become full.
I have cured many cases of goitre with Iodine, giving a powder every night for four nights, after the moon fulled and was waning.
clean, shrink, and felt (cloth) by heat, pressure, and moisture.
The best of them all was surely broadcloth, which in the eighteenth century was a superfine grade of woolen cloth that was fulled , or shrunk, napped, and shorn so that it was the consistency of felt but with a smooth surface.