full-blown definition

  • adjective:
    • Having blossomed or exposed completely: complete flowers.
    • totally developed or matured.
    • Having or showing all attributes needed for completeness: a full-blown financial meltdown.
    • Completely developed or formed.
    • on top of bloom; ripe.
    • Filled with wind; puffed up.
    • Fully expanded, as a blossom; entirely developed.
    • totally distended with wind, as a sail.
    • Of complete intensity.
    • having or showing all the attributes needed for completeness
    • fully ready; in the level of bloom
    • Having blossomed or opened entirely: complete roses.
    • Fully created or matured.
    • Having or displaying most of the characteristics needed for completeness: a full-blown financial meltdown.
    • Completely developed or created.
    • At the peak of blossom; ripe.
    • filled up with wind; puffed up.
    • completely broadened, as a blossom; completely developed.
    • Fully swollen with wind, as a sail.
    • Of full intensity.
    • having or displaying all of the attributes required for completeness
    • completely ripe; at level of bloom
  • others:
    • completely swollen with wind.
    • Fully broadened, as a blossom.
    • Figuratively, perfected; created; matured; completed: as, a full-blown beauty; a full-blown doctor.
    • Fully distended with wind.
    • Fully expanded, as a blossom.
    • Figuratively, perfected; developed; matured; completed: since, a full-blown beauty; a full-blown physician.

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