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  • adj. Alternative form of fullmade.

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  • Not old enough even to leave his father's grass roof and sleep in the youths 'canoe house, much less to sleep with the young bachelors in their canoe house, he knew that he took his life, with all of its dimly guessed mysteries and arrogances, in his hand thus to trespass into the sacred precinct of the full-made, full-realized, full - statured men of Somo.

    Chapter 12

  • Not old enough even to leave his father's grass roof and sleep in the youths 'canoe house, much less to sleep with the young bachelors in their canoe house, he knew that he took his life, with all of its dimly guessed mysteries and arrogances, in his hand thus to trespass into the sacred precinct of the full-made, full-realized, full-statured men of Somo.

    Jerry of the Islands

  • Occasionally, by the latter part of the eighteenth century, we read the advertisement of a "vandoo" of "full-made gowns, petticoats and sacs of a genteel lady of highest fashion" -- a notice which reads uncommonly like the "forced sales" of the present day of mock-outfits of various kinds.

    Customs and Fashions in Old New England

  • Not old enough even to leave his father’s grass roof and sleep in the youths’ canoe house, much less to sleep with the young bachelors in their canoe house, he knew that he took his life, with all of its dimly guessed mysteries and arrogances, in his hand thus to trespass into the sacred precinct of the full-made, full-realized, full-statured men of Somo.

    CHAPTER XII

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