full-blooded


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Conflicts between full-blooded and mixed-blood Natives and between magical and realistic creatures mirror the struggle for an authentic Native American identity that is less about blood quantum and more about shared struggles.
With Brazil and Croatia their other opponents in Group A, Mexico will be relieved to have claimed the win from a full-blooded encounter played in heavy rain at the Arena das Dunas.
The midfielder left the DW Stadium pitch on a stretcher and required oxygen through a mask after a full-blooded firsthalf challenge with Martin Woods left him in clear distress.
Rotating Strawberry Madonna performs with Full-Blooded Mutt, The Silent Order and Nice Try Kid at 9 p.
In England, a stadium will get to its feet for a mad tackle - two players going full-blooded for a ball and it's party time.
One man who is always full-blooded for Chelsea is David Luiz, who has picked up three bookings in five appearances this season.
Full-blooded "It'll be all equal and I expect a fullon, full-blooded game with Albion playing much better.
Anything less than a full-blooded tilt at every opponent, no matter how big or small, would betray the quality and passion of this promising young team.
Cheltenham is a full-blooded event, on and off the track, and is full of characters.
As well as parades of local vintage and classic machinery, there will be a full-blooded tractor pulling competition, fun fair, market, and a craft and model tent.
Lexus has launched a new performance package targeted at drivers craving full-blooded track performance.
The limited edition Nrburgring model, which hasn't been priced yet, will appeal to customers seeking full-blooded track performance.