Dyed-in-the-wool



[dahyd-n-th uh-woo l] /ˈdaɪd n ðəˈwʊl/

adjective
1.
through and through; complete:
a dyed-in-the-wool reformer.
2.
dyed before weaving.
adjective
1.
extreme or unchanging in attitude, opinion, etc
2.
(of a fabric) made of dyed yarn

Thoroughgoing or complete: “The door-to-door salespeople are wasting their time with Evans; he’s a dyed-in-the-wool advocate of shopping on the Internet.”

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