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full house

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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full houseˌfull ˈhouse noun [countable usually singular]  1 FULLan occasion at a cinema, concert hall, sports field etc when there are no empty seats Billy Graham is a speaker who can be sure of playing to a full house.2 DGCthree cards of one kind and a pair of another kind in a game of poker
Examples from the Corpus
full houseEven a full house would be piffling for a town with so vast a drawing area.Organizers expect a full house for tonight's game.The next week, we had a full house at the lunch.
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