[foo l-feyst] /ˈfʊlˈfeɪst/
having a plump or round face.
facing squarely toward the spectator or in a given direction.
having a round full face
Also full face. facing towards the viewer, with the entire face visible
another name for bold face
noun 1. the obligation under Article IV of the U.S. Constitution for each state to recognize the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state.
[foo l-fash-uh nd] /ˈfʊlˈfæʃ ənd/ adjective 1. knitted to conform to the shape of a body part, as of the foot or leg: full-fashioned hosiery.
[foo l-fig-yerd; British foo l-fig-erd] /ˈfʊlˌfɪg yərd; British ˈfʊlˌfɪg ərd/ adjective 1. (of a woman) having an amply proportioned or heavy body. adjective designed for larger women, esp. clothes
- Full fig
noun phrase Full official or ceremonial attire; full dress •Chiefly British: Arrivals from a Swissair flight: two lushly draped, satiny ladies, a squire in noisy tweeds, a bishop in full fig [1838+; origin uncertain; perhaps fr full figure, used of fashion illustrations showing the full front of the wearer]