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at full blastwith complete energy and vigor, at full speed, at maximum speed
chock fullawash; brimming; overflowing
chock-fullcompletely full
fullbecome full, busy with activity, charged with emotion, clean and thicken fabric during the manufacturing process, complete with nothing missing, completely, completely developed, completely so, directly or exactly, filled to capacity, fullest state, gr...
full boardAmerican plan
full circleback to starting point
full count3 balls, 2 strikes
full dressformal clothes
full housepoker hand
full montythe lot
full moonMoon appearing as complete circle, time of full Moon
full nelsonwrestling hold
full offilled with, having a great deal or number of, penetrated with
full stopadj advfull-time, full time, complete halt, standstill; period, punctuation mark at the end of a sentence (British), complete stop//full time, end of match, for the whole usual time
full-bloodedthoroughbred, vigorous
full-blowncomplete, fully in bloom
full-bodiedrichly flavored, richly sounding
full-bottomedfull at the back
full-court pressmajor effort, widespread pressure
full-facedfacing somebody directly
full-fashionedfully-fashioned, tailored to fit
full-fledgedcompletely developed, fully qualified, with adult feathers
full-frontalexposing genitals, unrestrained
full-lengthfalling to ankles, not shortened, showing whole body
full-mouthedloud, with all teeth
full-riggedwith three masts
full-scalelife-size, total
full-serviceproviding complete service
full-size; full-sizedof standard size for bed, of usual size
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