full-strength


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full-strength

adj
1. undiluted or unadulterated; of the highest concentration
2. (of a sports team) having the correct or standard amount of players; having all team members
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Adj.1.full-strength - without water; "took his whiskey neat"
undiluted - not diluted; "undiluted milk"; "an undiluted racial strain"

full-strength

adjective
Not diluted or mixed with other substances:
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THE English Football League is considering a proposal which would see new rules put in place concerning the selection of full-strength sides.
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FULL-STRENGTH Airdrie will face Queen's Park, who miss defender Gavin Mitchell and middle man Jamie McKernan, while David Galt is a doubt.
Ford manager Mick Watson names an otherwise full-strength squad.
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Clarke has further added that the more success the team can have leading into that tournament the better, so a full-strength team must be ready to play against two very good teams in tough conditions.
SFC2 have managed to put in a fine display despite not having a full-strength team available and will attempt to take home as many points as possible to stay second on the log.
In a study conducted at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia, it was found that a low-alcohol beer provides better rehydration than full-strength beer.
NORTHUMBERLAND are at near full-strength as they head to Suffolk in search of their first Minor Counties' Championship victory of the season.
But Thompson is pleased that Watkins, Greg Owen and Tom Ledgard have returned from injury, giving him the luxury of an almost full-strength roster.
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