whole-length

[ adjective hohl-lengkth, -length; noun hohl-lengkth, -length ]
/ adjective ˈhoʊlˈlɛŋkθ, -ˈlɛŋθ; noun ˈhoʊlˌlɛŋkθ, -ˌlɛŋθ /

adjective

extended to or having its entire length; not shortened or abridged:a whole-length report.
portraying, reflecting, or accommodating the full length of the human figure: a whole-length sofa; a whole-length portrait of the general.

noun

a portrait or statue showing the full length of its subject: The painting gallery had a roomful of whole-lengths.

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