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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfull-bloodedˌfull-ˈblooded adjective [only before noun]  1 EMOTIONALdone with a lot of energy or in a complete way The conflict could escalate into a full-blooded war.2 COME FROM/ORIGINATEhaving parents, grandparents etc from only one race of people Her father is a full-blooded Cherokee.
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full-bloodedHe was a very vulnerable hard-swearing, full-blooded agnostic, or possibly an atheist.There are very few full-blooded Cherokee Indians left.There is the cost of preparing a full-blooded counter-attack.Expletives are immediately deleted every time a piece of full-blooded dialogue is typed into its new system.So how did the full-blooded tabby pattern arise?
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