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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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wall-to-wallˌwall-to-ˈwall adjective  1 [only before noun]DHH covering the whole floor wall-to-wall carpeting2 informalALL THE TIMEEVERYWHERE filling all the space or time available, especially in a way you do not like wall-to-wall advertising on TV
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wall-to-walla room of wall-to-wall childrenThe hut was designed for 40 but there were 80 in that night - wall-to-wall mattresses!The room had black leather armchairs and couches scattered on a wall-to-wall pink carpet.
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