Full-blooded Full"-blood`ed, a. 1. Having a full supply of blood. [1913 Webster]

2. Of pure blood; thoroughbred; as, a full-blooded horse. [1913 Webster]

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  • full-blooded — adj [only before noun] 1.) done with a lot of energy or in a complete way ▪ The conflict could escalate into a full blooded war. 2.) having parents, grandparents etc from only one race of people ▪ Her father is a full blooded Cherokee …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • full-blooded — full bloodedness, n. /fool blud id/, adj. 1. of unmixed ancestry; thoroughbred: a full blooded Cherokee. 2. vigorous; virile; hearty: full blooded enjoyment. [1765 75, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • full-blooded — full blood|ed [ ,ful blʌdəd ] adjective 1. ) having parents who both belong to the same race: a full blooded Scotsman 2. ) enthusiastic and determined: Both teams played good full blooded football …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • full-blooded — ☆ full blooded [fool′blud΄id ] adj. 1. of unmixed breed or race; purebred: also full blood 2. vigorous; lusty 3. genuine; authentic 4. rich and full …   English World dictionary

  • full-blooded — [adj] purebred; strong hardy, hearty, powerful, robust, sound, thoroughbred, unmixed, vigorous, virile, vital; concepts 314,489,613 …   New thesaurus

  • full-blooded — ► ADJECTIVE 1) of unmixed ancestry. 2) vigorous and wholehearted …   English terms dictionary

  • full-blooded — adjective 1. of unmixed ancestry full blooded Native American blooded Jersies • Syn: ↑full blood, ↑blooded • Similar to: ↑purebred 2. endowed with or exhibiting great bodily or mental health …   Useful english dictionary

  • full-blooded — adjective (only before noun) 1 involving very strong feelings or emotions : full blooded argument/fight etc (=an angry or violent argument etc): The argument ended up as a full blooded screaming match. 2 having parent, grandparents etc from only… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • full-blooded — adjective Date: 1774 1. of unmixed ancestry ; purebred 2. florid, ruddy < of full blooded face > 3. forceful < full blooded prose style > 4. a. lacking no particulars …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • full-blooded — ADJ: ADJ n Full blooded behaviour and actions are carried out with great commitment and enthusiasm. Experts are agreed that full blooded market reform is the only way to save the economy. Ant: half hearted …   English dictionary

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