full-blown[ foo l-blohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF full-blown
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FULL-BLOWN
That was bad enough, but infinitely worse was she who was to have been the full-blown barmaid.
If not in the fall, full-blown roses and matured flowers were substituted.
They had been standing with their backs to the full-blown turnips.
But now we perceive, full-blown, the flower of Court-training: dis-trust.
I don't think I've ever come across a regular, full-blown Marquis before.
These must, therefore, be older than the full-blown Arthurian legend.
As a nation Uruguay had now blossomed out into a full-blown Constitution.
She who represents "Rose in Bloom" need only wear a full-blown rose.
"I'm not used to the praises of full-blown heroines," retorted Dick.
I wrote to him, saying "it read like the production of a full-blown Tory."