[foo l-bluhd-id] /ˈfʊlˈblʌd ɪd/
of unmixed ancestry; thoroughbred:
a full-blooded Cherokee.
vigorous; virile; hearty:
(esp of horses) of unmixed ancestry; thoroughbred
having great vigour or health; hearty; virile
[foo l-blohn] /ˈfʊlˈbloʊn/ adjective 1. fully or completely developed: full-blown AIDS; an idea expanded into a full-blown novel. 2. in full bloom: a full-blown rose. adjective 1. characterized by the fullest, strongest, or best development 2. in full bloom
[foo l-bod-eed] /ˈfʊlˈbɒd id/ adjective 1. of full strength, flavor, richness, etc.: full-bodied wine; full-bodied writing. adjective 1. having a full rich flavour or quality
[foo l-bawr, -bohr] /ˈfʊlˈbɔr, -ˈboʊr/ Informal. adjective 1. moving or operating at the greatest speed or with maximum power. adverb 2. to the fullest extent; with the greatest power, speed, force, etc.: The cars drove full-bore down the straightaway. adjective Large; fully developed: And this track here, big, a full-bore male (1936+)
adjective 1. (of a wig) long at the back
noun 1. to the original place, source, or state through a cycle of developments (usually used in the phrase come full circle).