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full-blooded

  
  
Full-blooded behaviour and actions are carried out with great commitment and enthusiasm.      adj   ADJ n     (Antonym: half-hearted)    Experts are agreed that full-blooded market reform is the only way to save the economy.     
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full-blooded

  
  
ballsy     (taboo slang)   gutsy     (slang)   hearty, lusty, mettlesome, red-blooded, vigorous, virile  

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