Out-and-out



[out-n-out, -nd-out] /ˈaʊt nˈaʊt, -ndˈaʊt/

adjective
1.
complete; total; thoroughgoing:
an out-and-out lie.
adjective
1.
(prenominal) thoroughgoing; complete

adjective

Thorough; complete: an out-and-out idiot

[1813+; as an adverb, found by 1325]

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