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- adj. given substance or detail; completed
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What a delicious air breathes over the heath, blows the cloud shadows across it, and murmurs through the full-clad trees!
He ignored at last to obtain what he had never obtained before–a full-clad spark of reason and perhaps a effeminate, listless creature.
He rose now, full-clad and all awake, when he caught sight of Sim Gage's face at his door.
They leaped up in his imagination full-clad and finished at a single touch from the outside.
They saw on the one side a numerous, well-appointed, and full-clad army, dazzling their eyes with their elegance of uniforms; on the other a few poor fellows who, from their shabby clothing, were called ragamuffins, fleeing for their safety.