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full board

noun

    1. the provision by a hotel of a bed and all meals
    2. ( as modifier )

      full board accommodation



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“I think that, for the full board, it is in some millions, but I do not know the exact answer there,” said Murdoch.

Up and to my office, and there we sat a very full board all the morning upon some accounts of Mr. Gauden's.

There seemed to be a full Board of them, and Mr. Bransby Cooper was in the chair.

The hotels that have been mentioned are all conducted on the American plan of full board, or one charge for every expense.

The employers have quartered all the men in the factory; they get full board and all there.

My recompense was to comprise full board and lodging during the operation,—and that would have been no trifle.

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