full-blooded


full–blood·ed

adjective \ˈfl-ˌblə-dəd\

: having parents who are of the same race or origin

: full of enthusiasm, energy, etc.

: fully developed

Full Definition of FULL-BLOODED

1
:  of unmixed ancestry :  purebred
2
:  florid, ruddy <of full–blooded face>
3
:  forceful <full–blooded prose style>
4
a :  lacking no particulars :  genuine
b :  containing fullness of substance :  rich
full–blood·ed·ness noun

First Known Use of FULL-BLOODED

1774

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