Definition of full-blown
These people are more likely to develop full-blown depression at some point in their lives.
Example of full-blown
Aeneas' son Iulus kills a pet stag while hunting, and from that small spark a full-blown war develops.
All of a sudden, this little obsession of mine seem to have grown into a full-blown schoolboy crush.
But before these problems can flower into full-blown catastrophes something even worse happens.
By full time, it bordered on a full-blown travesty of justice.
Gardaí and army personnel are in training in Athlone in the event of a full-blown strike at the country's prisons.