But the psychiatrist cautions that once people suffer an episode of full-blown mania, they are more likely to have another.
The Henricksons' full-blown exposure as polygamists was creators Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer's big twist.
Nothing seems to please voters like a full-blown mother from hell.
And now, one of the countries in the region without a full-blown nuclear programs—Saudi Arabia—may be changing its mind.
"He had full-blown post-traumatic stress disorder when he came to us," Pinsky says.
Each of the unimportant details assumed significance as contributing to the totality of full-blown charm.
If not in the fall, full-blown roses and matured flowers were substituted.
She was blushing with all her might, and looked like a full-blown peony, or a great red apple.
That was bad enough, but infinitely worse was she who was to have been the full-blown barmaid.
Above, Jupiter hung like a full-blown jonquil, so bright as almost to throw a shade.