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Definition of "full-stop" [full-stop]

  • Attributive form of full stop, noun. (adjective)

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Use "full-stop" in a sentence
  • "After calling a full-stop on new offshore drilling after the spill, U.S. regulators have approved new drilling plans for many other companies, including Chevron, but not for BP."
  • "I had an overwhelming fear that a visible longing for home and family would turn into a career hurdle, or even bring it to a premature full-stop."
  • "The sidewalk and a phalanx of humble stucco apartment buildings yielded full-stop to low-desert cactus, rough sand and well-camouflaged, hardscrabble fauna."