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full-blooded

(esp of horses) of unmixed ancestry; thoroughbred
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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.
The striker injured his Achilles during a summer friendly and has yet to play a full-blooded clash.
Until we have a decent election first with the values of capitalism and full-blooded nationalisation with a proper socialist programme, unlike Tony Blair's which was a sop, we will never get anywhere.
And New Zealand completed the hat-trick in a full-blooded encounter with Australia.
His tenacious tackling, and full-blooded commitment to the cause made him an instant terrace favourite.
I was always my Grandmother's, who was a full-blooded German's, favorite.
In a sense this anticipated the galloping phenomenon in which a Seattle or Oporto could get Rem Koolhaas and feed from the magic of a Rotterdam--London axis, or Berlin could import a full-blooded Parisian sophistication via a Jean Nouvel store and a stadium from Dominique Perrault down the street.