downright; thorough; unmitigated; notorious:
an arrant fool.
You make me feel that I have been driving you—arrantly egotistic.
The Dull Miss Archinard Anne Douglas Sedgwick
Twice her lips moved to the verge of speech; yet, caught so arrantly in the act, she was unable to phrase any passing thought.
The Little Lady of the Big House Jack London
utter; out-and-out: an arrant fool
late 14c., variant of errant (q.v.); at first merely derogatory, “wandering, vagrant;” then (1540s) acquiring a meaning “thoroughgoing, downright, notorious.”
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to place in proper or desired order; marshal: Napoleon arrayed his troops for battle. to clothe with garments, especially of an ornamental kind; dress up; deck out: She arrayed herself in furs and diamonds. order or arrangement, as of troops drawn up for battle. military force, especially a body of troops. a large and impressive […]
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