full of adj.
(Aus.) thoroughly displeased by, ‘fed up with’.
|Bulletin (Sydney) 26 June 3/1: The Brisbane public is getting very ‘full’ of bookmakers.|
|Bulletin (Sydney) 28 Apr. 32/3: I’m full about you after Saturday night.|
|My Brilliant Career 16: I’m full of the place.|
|(con. 1830s–60s) All That Swagger 328: I’m getting full of these old culls too.|