- adj. alternative spelling of full out.
“She said in a Nov. 30 interview with TV newsman Dale Russell that Richardson had a "full-out affair" with the lobbyist during the period when Richardson was trying to get legislation passed that would have benefited the lobbyist's employer, Atlanta Gas Light.”
“If I go into full-out combat mode, I do it by pulling the bulk of myself into the physical world and leaving only a token presence behind, becoming something akin to a normal-sized cat there instead.”
“One sprints full-out at Chucky, arms swinging around maniacally.”
“The family, it must be noted, had been grateful that Johns Creek has an official, fenced-in place to take their dogs for full-out romping.”
“Their screeching pundits are blasting full-out mendacious paranoid conspiracy theories 24-7 on AM radio and Fox.”
“Reminds me of when I saw Pursuit of Happyness and a full-out brawl broke out between 2 groups of people over some choice seats.”
“Reactivated and retrained, Deveraux must make a full-out assault on the heavily armed fortress.”
“We could soon be looking at full-out civil war," said Bill O'Grady, chief market strategist at Confluence Investment Management in St. Louis.”
“Republicans in the states and in Congress are waging a full-out assault on unions' right to organize.”
“He went full-out across the bridge, hoping the speed would help him across weak spots.”
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