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full-blown


full–blown

adjective

Definition of FULL-BLOWN

fully grown or developed <before he became a full-blown literary sensation, he wrote articles for little journals that paid even littler money>
Related Words aged, aging (or ageing), long-lived, old, older; golden, mellow

March 03, 2015
thanatology Hear it
The study of death and grieving
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