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Full(v. i.) To become fulled or thickened; as, this ...
Full-blooded(a.) Having a full supply of blood. ...
Full-blooded(a.) Of pure blood; thoroughbred; as, a full-blooded horse. ...
Full-bloomed(a.) Like a perfect blossom. ...
Full-blown(a.) Fully expanded, as a blossom; as, a full-bloun ...
Full-blown(a.) Fully distended with wind, as a sail. ...
Full-bottomed(a.) Full and large at the bottom, as wigs ...
Full-bottomed(a.) Of great capacity below the water line. ...
Full-butt(adv.) With direct and violentop position; with sudden collision. ...
Full-drive(adv.) With full speed. ...
 
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