full-sailed definition

  • adjective:
    • Having all its sails set,; ergo, without restriction or booking.
    • Having all its sails set,; therefore, without constraint or booking.
  • others:
    • going under full sail, literally or figuratively.
    • Moving under complete sail, actually or figuratively.

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