[foo l-fig-yerd; British foo l-fig-erd] /ˈfʊlˌfɪg yərd; British ˈfʊlˌfɪg ərd/
(of a woman) having an amply proportioned or heavy body.
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]
[foo l-flejd] /ˈfʊlˈflɛdʒd/ adjective 1. of full rank or standing: a full-fledged professor. 2. fully developed. adjective 1. See fully fledged adj. 1883 in figurative sense; see full (adj.) + fledge.
- Full forward
noun 1. (Australian rules football, Gaelic football) an attacking player who plays in the centre of the forward line
noun, Carpentry. 1. . noun, Carpentry. 1. a building frame employing a heavy, braced framework of solid girts mortised into solid posts the full height of the frame, with studs one story high filling the interstices.