out-and-out

Definition of out-and-out

adj.1.Without any reservation or disguise; downright; plain; unqualified; absolute; as, an out and out villain; an out-and-out lie.
adv.1.Completely; wholly; openly.

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absolute, complete, downright, rank, right-down, sheer
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