Bar none



preposition

with no exception
Contemporary Examples

bar none, the poshest place to stay is Saxon Boutique Hotel, Villas and Spa in Sandhurst.
Gal With a Suitcase Jolie Hunt July 9, 2010

It has proven itself to be the winning strategy for the survival of our species, bar none.
Mark Pagel in ‘Wired for Culture’ Makes a Strong Case for Cultural Determinism Casey Schwartz March 3, 2012

Historical Examples

He’s red on the outside, but he’s got just as white a soul as the best of us,—bar none.
The Lost City Joseph E. Badger, Jr.

The quietest day, bar none, we have had on the Peninsula since we first landed.
Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2 Ian Hamilton

Believe me, boys, I was the happiest kid in the State that day, bar none.
Bert Wilson, Marathon Winner J. W. Duffield

But I’ve got the finest back field in the country, bar none.
Bert Wilson on the Gridiron J. W. Duffield

She is the fiercest little Tory in the two Carolinas, bar none.
The Master of Appleby Francis Lynde

“He’s the best driver in the race, bar none,” declared Trueman.
Motor Matt’s Triumph, or, Three Speeds Forward Stanley R. Matthews

He is the busiest gentleman in England—bar none—but he is never too busy for a try-on or for a consultation.
The Burglars’ Club Henry A. Hering

He says he is the worst-scared man in the whole Army, bar none.
The Wrong Twin Harry Leon Wilson

Also, barring none. Without exception, as in This is the best book I’ve read all year, bar none. [ Mid-1800s ]

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