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full-blooded

(fo͝ol′blŭd′ĭd)
adj.
1.
a. Of unmixed ancestry; purebred.
b. Related by way of having the same parents.
2.
a. Not pale or anemic; florid or ruddy.
b. Vigorous and vital.
3. Complete in all respects.

full′-blood′ed·ness n.
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