the, the whole thing; everything that is wanted or needed: At the press briefing, the reporters got the full monty.
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How to use full monty in a sentence
It would come down to what McDonough cheekily called the “half Monty” versus the “full monty.”
Then you get a gander at the full monty, as it were, and he looks like someone inflated him from the sternum down.
The full monty comes in at a sleek six volumes, and reads like three Wars And Peaces.
As career moves go, it seemed almost inevitable that Levi Johnston would show the full monty in an adult magazine one day.
British Dictionary definitions for full monty
the full monty informal something in its entirety
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