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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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life-sizeˈlife-size (also life-sized) adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š AVa picture or model of something or someone that is life-size is the same size as they really are πŸ”Š a life-sized statue of the president
Examples from the Corpus
life-sizeβ€’ a life-sized statue of Elvisβ€’ The gods under the apex of each gable are some ten feet high, and all the figures well over life-size.β€’ The metopes are about five feet wide and only a little higher, so the relief-figures are under life-size.β€’ I also have a life-size cardboard cut-out of our former no.4.β€’ The castings are mainly life-size heads.β€’ He grabbed her collar, dragging her clear and across the mud like a life-size rag doll.β€’ Full-scale life-size reconstructions give visitors the best idea of what the site was like in the past, however.β€’ To boost his stardom, the Lottery Commission sent thousands of life-size Scratchman cutouts to stores across the state.β€’ In one corner was a strange life-size wooden cut-out of a black boy holding a tray.
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