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full-on

adjective
  1. informal complete; unrestrainedfull-on military intervention; full-on hard rock
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  • Many of the girls were in full-on elegant gothic lolita maid costumes with huge platforms.

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  • Further investigation revealed that this was because I was strapped down, in full-on four-point restraint.