Full-blown in a Sentence 

Definition of Full-blown  

total; all-out

Examples of Full-blown in a sentence

The flu outbreak quickly became a full-blown epidemic with millions all over the world struggling with the illness.  
Before the scuffle could become a full-blown brawl, the police stepped in to squash the disagreement.  
Although she used to drink in moderation, Marge has now morphed into a full-blown alcoholic.  

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