It would be reasonable for him to make a fulsome apology.
And in Congress politics, fulsome flattery and obsequious loyalty play a vital role.
The audience on opening night with fulsome in their appreciation of yet another very fine production by Waterford Dramatic Society.
If the compliment seems fulsome , it must be remembered that Meres has higher praise and more of it for Shakespeare's fellow Warwickshireman, Michael Drayton.
Others just want praise: the more enthusiastic and fulsome , the better.
If the fulsome apologies coming from the Labour leadership are for excessive force used upon an elderly man then apologies are right and proper.
Encouraged by success, he went to Rome, collected rich patrons, and with fulsome flattery won, but failed to keep, the favour of the tyrant Domitian.
The rhetoric wasn't new, but the response from the audience was unequivocal, with even the wavering Frank Fahey, and the chain smoking Martin Cullen, fulsome in their support.
After we had had a chance to have good and fulsome discussions on it, we came to mutual agreement that it would be appropriate for me to leave at this time.
Nor was Steve Cotterill fulsome in his support of the referee's actions, saying: ‘The referee has made a decision in the best interests of all the players and we can't really argue with that.’