Definition of 'wall-to-wall'
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To the left, a double bed extended from wall to wall, one side abutting the tiny high window. SOMEBODY (2002)Mike had had wall to wall appointments all day, finishing up with tea in an old people's home. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
Their apartment is filled wall-to-wall with works by their designers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The wall-to-wall coverage will be welcomed by sports fans but risks upsetting viewers used to watching their favourite shows at certain times. The Sun (2011)The Pakistan media has provided wall-to-wall coverage of the case. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We return content that we have done our cultural bit and can indulge in wall-to-wall Disney entertainment. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But due to the violence by a minority of protesters there were front page headlines and wall-to-wall TV coverage. The Sun (2010)
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