Definitions

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  • adjective All-out.
  • adjective Out-and-out
  • adjective Overwhelming
  • adverb Totally; with full commitment.

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Examples

  • The former Disney star, stepping out in West Hollywood in what we can only describe as a full-on hipster costume: flimsy tank, raggedy plaid shirt, ripped denim cut-offs, black tights, worn moto boots and a stack of bracelets.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The former Disney star, stepping out in West Hollywood in what we can only describe as a full-on hipster costume: flimsy tank, raggedy plaid shirt, ripped denim cut-offs, black tights, worn moto boots and a stack of bracelets.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • It should, because these were the two hallmarks of the Bush economic policy, which led to slow job growth (compared to the decade before), the largest income disparity between the wealthy and middle class since the Great Depression, and, eventually, a full-on recession.

    Mitchell Bard: A Short and Clear Guide to What a Midterm Vote Really Means

  • This was not hot dogs over a struggling fire and s'mores; this was a full-on gourmet meal featuring grilled chicken, pasta au gratin, salad and even a dessert of apple crisp with home made whipped cream!

    Andrea R. Vaucher: Along for the Ride: Strangecation Goes Glamping

  • It should, because these were the two hallmarks of the Bush economic policy, which led to slow job growth (compared to the decade before), the largest income disparity between the wealthy and middle class since the Great Depression, and, eventually, a full-on recession.

    Mitchell Bard: A Short and Clear Guide to What a Midterm Vote Really Means

  • It should, because these were the two hallmarks of the Bush economic policy, which led to slow job growth (compared to the decade before), the largest income disparity between the wealthy and middle class since the Great Depression, and, eventually, a full-on recession.

    Mitchell Bard: A Short and Clear Guide to What a Midterm Vote Really Means

  • It's all done in the name of protecting its citizens, but I wonder if left alone there would actually be more deaths and violence with a 'hands-off' approach than there currently is with the full-on drug war.

    Gun Trafficking and the Southwest Border

  • This was not hot dogs over a struggling fire and s'mores; this was a full-on gourmet meal featuring grilled chicken, pasta au gratin, salad and even a dessert of apple crisp with home made whipped cream!

    Andrea R. Vaucher: Along for the Ride: Strangecation Goes Glamping

  • It's all done in the name of protecting its citizens, but I wonder if left alone there would actually be more deaths and violence with a 'hands-off' approach than there currently is with the full-on drug war.

    Gun Trafficking and the Southwest Border

  • It should, because these were the two hallmarks of the Bush economic policy, which led to slow job growth (compared to the decade before), the largest income disparity between the wealthy and middle class since the Great Depression, and, eventually, a full-on recession.

    Mitchell Bard: A Short and Clear Guide to What a Midterm Vote Really Means

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