full-blooded[ foo l-bluhd-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF full-blooded
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FULL-BLOODED
An' she's so full-blooded it'll be likely to go hard with her.
Thus the young, full-blooded Normans awaited their first fray.
He's a full-blooded Sioux, yet he has many of the ways and habits of the white man.
He was not surprised that he had been mistaken for a full-blooded Indian.
Ieremia was lighter-skinned than the Fitu-Ivans, as was natural in a full-blooded Samoan.
Anyway, here's the story: Parlay's a full-blooded Frenchman.
His name is Targo—he is a Malite—full-blooded I believe, although he says not.
You must remember that they are full-blooded, and I always have my stock replenished.
In the country Miss Bickersteth was a blustering, full-blooded Diana of the fields.
Meinong's "act" is the ghost of the subject, or what once was the full-blooded soul.