When she announced to the audience that they were appearing in the holy grail of all Oprah episodes, there was a full-on meltdown.
I say “unaccountably” because I have always been confident that full-on fathering was the right decision for my family.
But then, the "full-on Monets"—as 1990s teen movie Clueless called this type of person-- come and sit down at their table.
Then, he engages in a full-on make-out session with his former SNL compadre Will Forte, sporting a bushy beard.
By the third quarter of that year, the economy was in a full-on slide.
And then she belted the second half of the song while doing a full-on contemporary dance.
We can have a full-on case episode with action in it and is completely natural to the world.
And yet, her inquisitiveness and restless mind seem to make it hard for her to be a full-on believer.
enthusiastic; completely involved in, requiring complete involvement, total; directly, head-on; also written full on
totally; as committed and completely as possible