Correct spelling

fulfill

Correct spelling, explanation: fulfill is the American way to spell the British word fulfil. The American form may be caused by the existence of the word fill, spelled with double l and having the close meaning to fulfill. In other English-speaking countries, especially in UK and Australia, the word is spelled fulfil (in Canada both forms are used), however there is no such form as fullfil.

Correct spelling

fulfil

Correct spelling, explanation: it’s spelled this way outside North America, correct also in Canada.

Definition of fulfill:
verb, to meet one’s expectations/needs etc.; to come to an end, usually in positive way
I finished work for today and I can finally fulfill my today’s need of watching the game with the beer in my hand.
Jerry fulfilled my dream and bought me Birkin bag for our anniversary!


Incorrect spelling

fullfil

Incorrect spelling, explanation: This mistaken form probably comes from the differences in spelling the word fulfil (or fulfill) in the English-speaking word. There are two ways of spelling: American fulfill and British fulfil – these both forms are correct, just used usually in the different parts of the world. Fullfil however doesn’t exist and is simply a misspelling.

Incorrect spelling

fullfill

Incorrect spelling

Incorrect spelling

fufill

Incorrect spelling