full of revenge

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He is left with a soul full of revenge and a terrible desire to spill out the hatred in his gut.
The ban for life, that shows how much these people are angry, how much they are full of revenge.
He is going to be full of revenge and I will try and keep on top of him.
So Spenser observes that the Irish disdain farming, preferring a semi-nomadic "Scythian" pastoralism and hence "also greatlie geven to warr"; in general, Ireland is "a nacion ever acquainted with warrs though but amongst them selues," infested with armed bands that "oppresse all men, they spoyle aswell the subiecte as the Enemye, theye steale, they are Crewell and bloodye, full of revenge, and delight in deadlie execution.