full-length

[fool-lengkth, -length]
adjective
1.
of standard or customary length: a full-length movie.
2.
showing or accommodating the full length or height of the human body: a full-length mirror.

Origin:
1700–10

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full-length
 
n
1.  extending to or showing the complete length: a full-length mirror
2.  of the original length; not abridged

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Example sentences
Alloy's writers are usually in their twenties, and often have little or no
  experience writing a full-length novel.
Ivy poses in a full-length one that accentuates her bodacious body.
It wasn't necessarily about a high-quality, full-length, full-screen experience.
Her offline credits include copy editing full-length books and creating
  marketing copy for nonprofit organizations.
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