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full-bore

(fŭl′bôr′)
adj.
Complete; thoroughgoing: "a full-bore investigation into the damaging leak" (Tom Morganthau).
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full′-bore′


adj.
moving or operating at the greatest speed or with maximum power.
[1940–45]
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