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full–length

adjective \ˈfl-ˌleŋ(k)th\

: showing all of a person's body from the head to the feet

: reaching to the end of your legs or arms

: having the normal length : not shortened

Full Definition of FULL-LENGTH

1
:  showing or adapted to the entire length especially of the human figure <a full–length mirror> <a full–length dress>
2
:  having a length as great as that which is normal or standard for one of its kind <a full–length play>

First Known Use of FULL-LENGTH

1760

Rhymes with FULL-LENGTH

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