full-bodied

[ foo l-bod-eed ]SEE DEFINITION OF full-bodied

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It's not the season for a Burgundy or even a full-bodied claret.

She was full-bodied, vigorous; and yet not so full-bodied as she seemed.

She was full-bodied and soft, but well-shaped in spite of a trace of plumpness.

It was what I should call a full-bodied dog, with a well-developed chest.

The Hilary voices were all thin, not rich and full-bodied, like Rosalind's.

And she chuckled with all the full-bodied good humour of a fat person.

The North felt its cause a righteous one, but for great numbers of people it was not a full-bodied and unchallenged righteousness.

The knob is the head of a turtle or other full-bodied reptile, and the spout takes the place of the creature's tail.

High-necked, full-bodied bottles form a decided feature in the pottery of this province.

The reedy voices of the Brazilian coloured men sounded a mere twittering compared to their full-bodied tones.

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