- of the usual or normal size of its kind: a full-size kitchen.
- (of a bed) 54 inches (137 cm) wide and 75 or 76 inches (191 or 193 cm) long; double.
- pertaining to or made for a full-size bed: full-size sheets.
Origin of full-size
First recorded in 1830–40
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018
Examples from the Web for full-size
Right about now, Paula Deen may be feeling like she got smacked in the face with a full-size ham.Paula Deen, Teflon Chef
June 21, 2013
If you buy a picture book of that poem, the illustrations are usually of the full-size, jolly, red and white Santa Claus.Surprising Christmas History From the Date to Origins of St. Nicholas
December 23, 2011
Think about times you've spotted a thumbnail-size photo from a friend in your feed and clicked to see it full-size.Cracking the Facebook Code
Thomas E. Weber
October 18, 2010
It will be issued with the fourth, in the full-size edition of the fourth chapter.Our Fathers Have Told Us
It may, if preferred, be obtained in full-size sheets 20 26 inches.
About five bushels of grass seed will be needed for the full-size court.Making a Tennis Court
George E. Walsh
In these cases, a full-size sheet of paper as used by printers should be procured.Chats on Military Curios
Stanley C. Johnson
In spite of my plumping "figure," I could never, never be full-size.Memoirs of a Midget
Walter de la Mare