- adj. Attributive form of full stop, noun.
“After calling a full-stop on new offshore drilling after the spill, U.S. regulators have approved new drilling plans for many other companies, including Chevron, but not for BP.”
“I had an overwhelming fear that a visible longing for home and family would turn into a career hurdle, or even bring it to a premature full-stop.”
“The sidewalk and a phalanx of humble stucco apartment buildings yielded full-stop to low-desert cactus, rough sand and well-camouflaged, hardscrabble fauna.”
“I think doing a start-up is hard full-stop, no matter where you do it.”
“It's the last part of the sentence, the part between the comma and the full-stop; Gordon Brown is not smooth, Tony Blair was smooth, Gordon Brown is anything but smooth.”
“A novelist or dramatist chooses when the final full-stop comes; a TV screenwriter is at the mercy of ratings, advertisers and actor availability.”
“Not to cast aspersions but do you definitely have exactly the same address with only a full-stop (period) differentiating the two?”
“But this path you have chosen as a burgeoning fashion designer must come to a full-stop; if not a permanent stop, at least a pause.”
“Not only a break, but a full-stop, do nothing, laze around, eat/sleep/read sort of day.”
“I'd be extremely tempted to give them a pay - rise and completely abolish the expense regime full-stop.”
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