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1full–blood

adjective \ˈfl-ˌbləd\

Definition of FULL-BLOOD

:  full-blooded 1

First Known Use of FULL-BLOOD

1812

2full–blood

noun

Definition of FULL-BLOOD

:  a full-blooded individual

First Known Use of FULL-BLOOD

1846

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