Definition of full out in English:

full out

1As much or as far as possible; with maximum effort or power: he held his foot to the floor until the car raced full out
More example sentences
  • Clonaslee Tidy Towns committee are working full out in an effort to enhance the appearance of the village before judging in the national competition takes place.
  • I try to do what my doctor says and skip certain steps, like arabesque, but I feel like I'm being lazy unless I do everything full out.
  • His smirk disappeared and he was full out glaring at me.
Synonyms
to the maximum, flat out; at full speed, at maximum speed, as fast as possible, with maximum power, at full tilt, at full pelt, at breakneck speed
informal hell for leather, hammer and tongs, like crazy, like mad, like a bat out of hell
2 Printing Flush with the margin.
More example sentences
  • Paragraphs starting ‘full out’ may be indistinguishable from the previous paragraph if the latter ends with a full, or almost full, line.
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