British high street taylors Montague Burton, now called simply Burtons, did a range of cheaper suits, with optional waistcoat. I think this was around the 1940's. Having a Full Monty was going in and getting trousers, jacket AND waistcoat, especially if you were a soldier going back to civilian life.
I've got the Full Monty organized for my wedding.
by wuggy February 10, 2008
everything exposed in its entirity
by fart knocker April 24, 2003
To go all the way, to give it all you have and hold NOTHING back.
"That's it, I'm going the full monty and betting all my chips!"
by GhostFaceGirl February 09, 2005

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