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every inch the (something)

Fully embodying a certain trait or look. The designer will understand if you want to make more changes—he is every inch the professional. Wow, your costume is great! You look every inch the old Hollywood starlet.
See also: every, inch
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EVERTON'S Jordan Pickford has been backed to become England's number one by former Blues goalkeeper Nigel Martyn - who believes his current successor in between the sticks at Goodison Park "looks every inch the part."
This is Elizabeth's first Hollywood blockbuster and she looked every inch the leading lady.
Hunger Games star Elizabeth looks every inch the fashionista in Elizabeth Banks star Elizabeth looks every inch the fashionista in her 60s-inspired frock.
In a recent (http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/506755/20130917/aishwarya-rai-bachchan-miss-world-daughter-aradhya.htm) Kalyan Jewellers campaign , Aishwarya was every inch the stunner donning a mermaid gown adorned with gold bangles.
Richard Gere looks every inch the part as troubled hedge fund magnate Robert Miller who will need every inch of skill to escape from a potentially career-threatening trap he's found himself in.
s every inch the SUMMER Wroniecki looks every inch the star with her beautiful new head of hair.
KATE MOSS looked every inch the catwalk star as she headed out for a night on the town in Brazil yesterday.
ALEXANDRA Burke is every inch the snow queen in her first photoshoot since taking the X Factor crown.
Zara, wearing a mint bandeau floor-length dress with her hair swept to the side, looked every inch the princess.
SHE'S Wales' golden girl of song, and here Katherine Jenkins looks every inch the glamourpuss during the Classical Brit Awards at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Stanko Milov, partnering Barker on opening night, was also good, his dancing often brilliant, especially in the Third Act Black Swan Pas de Deux, and every inch the aristocrat throughout.
Meanwhile, Joe's daughter Abigayle (Pascale Armand), who's probably June's age, tends her offstage sick mother while doing an elaborate dance of approach and avoidance with schoolmate Dexter (Armando Riesco), who's every inch the stereotype of a jive-talking, basketballplaying homeboy, except that he's a red-haired white kid.
Agassi is looking every inch the winner of this tournament and should be far too clever for the Moroccan.
NATALIE Portman looks every inch the bad girl as she poses for fashion magazine V.