full-blooded

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Adjective[edit]

full-blooded (comparative more full-blooded, superlative most full-blooded)

  1. Of purebred ancestry
  2. Having a florid or ruddy complexion
  3. Hearty or lusty
    • 2011 February 5, Chris Whyatt, “Wolverhampton 2 - 1 Man Utd”, BBC:
      And when it was quickly returned to Jarvis, with United failing to mark properly, his clean cross was met with a full-blooded header by former Colchester defender Elokobi, who had to stretch his neck back to add power.