Definition of full house
- Nevertheless, Into Great Silence played to a full house for two months at one of the city's hippest independent movie theaters.
- —Michael Boudway
a singer performing before a full house
A hand with three kings and two tens is a full house.
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: a theater or concert hall that is filled with spectators
: a set of cards that a player has in a poker game containing three cards of one value and two cards of another value
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