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  • 1Outright — Type Private Industry Online Accounting, Bookkeeping Taxes, Schedule C Founded 2008 …

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  • 2outright — adj Outright, out and out, unmitigated, arrantare comparable when they are used hyperbolically as meaning not limited or qualified. They are often used interchangeably as intensives, but there are clear differences in meaning. What is outright… …

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  • 3outright — out right , adv. 1. Immediately; without delay; at once; as, he was killed outright. [1913 Webster] 2. Completely; utterly. Cardinal Manning. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4outright — out right adj. Downright; plain; unqualified; utter; straight out; as, an outright lie. Syn: flat out, out and out. [PJC] …

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  • 5outright — I adjective absolute, all out, altogether, complete, comprehensive, consummate, downright, entire, exhaustive, flagrant, full, full fledged, obvious, out and out, sheer, straightforward, straight out, sweeping, thorough, through and through,… …

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  • 6outright — AUTRAIT/ s. n. (fin.) operaţie în stabilirea condiţiilor cumpărării sau vânzării în valută, inclusiv a cursului valutei, urmând ca efectuarea propriu zisă a tranzacţiei să se facă ulterior. (< engl. outright) Trimis de raduborza, 28.09.2007.… …

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  • 7outright — (adv.) c.1300, of direction, straight ahead, from OUT (Cf. out) + RIGHT (Cf. right) (adj. (1)). Meaning all at once is attested from c.1600 …

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  • 8outright — [adj] complete, unconditional absolute, all, arrant, consummate, definite, direct, downright, entire, flat, gross, out and out*, perfect, positive, pure, straightforward, thorough, thoroughgoing, total, undeniable, unequivocal, unmitigated,… …

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  • 9outright — ► ADVERB 1) altogether. 2) openly. 3) immediately. ► ADJECTIVE 1) open and direct. 2) complete …

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  • 10outright — [out′rīt΄, out΄rīt′] adj. 1. without reservation; downright 2. straightforward 3. complete; total; whole adv. 1. entirely; wholly 2. without reservation; openly 3. at once 4 …

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  • 11outright — (The adjective is pronounced [[t]a͟ʊtraɪt[/t]]. The adverb is pronounced [[t]a͟ʊtra͟ɪt[/t]].) 1) ADJ: ADJ n You use outright to describe behaviour and actions that are open and direct, rather than indirect. Kawaguchi finally resorted to an… …

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  • 12outright — out|right1 [ˈautraıt] adj [only before noun] 1.) clear and direct ▪ an outright refusal ▪ an outright attack on his actions 2.) complete and total ▪ an outright victory ▪ an outright ban on the sale of tobacco 3.) the outright winner/victor… …

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  • 13outright — out|right1 [ aut raıt ] adverb 1. ) without hiding your feelings: I told them outright that they had to leave. He smiled, then laughed outright. 2. ) used for emphasizing that something happens or is done completely at one time or in a single… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 14outright — 1 adverb 1 without trying to hide your feelings or intentions: They laughed outright at my suggestion. | Tell him outright exactly what you think. 2 completely: The town was destroyed outright. | She won outright. 3 buy/own sth outright to own… …

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  • 15outright — I. adverb Date: 14th century 1. archaic straight ahead ; directly 2. in entirety ; completely < rejected the proposal outright > 3. without restraint or reservation < laughed outright > …

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  • 16outright — I UK [ˌaʊtˈraɪt] / US [aʊtˈraɪt] adverb 1) without hiding your feelings I told them outright that they had to leave. He smiled, then laughed outright. 2) used for emphasizing that something happens or is done completely at one time or in a single …

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  • 17outright — outrightness, n. adj. /owt ruyt /; adv. /owt ruyt , ruyt /, adj. 1. complete or total: an outright loss. 2. downright or unqualified: an outright refusal. 3. without further payments due, restrictions, or qualifications: an outright sale of the&#8230; …

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  • 18outright — 1. adverb 1) he rejected the proposal outright Syn: completely, entirely, wholly, fully, totally, categorically, absolutely, utterly, flatly, unreservedly, in every respect 2) I told her outright Syn …

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  • 19outright — 1. adverb a) Wholly, completely and entirely. I refute those allegations outright. b) Openly and without reservation. I have just responded outright to that question. 2 …

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  • 20outright — 1. adverb 1) he rejected the proposal outright Syn: completely, entirely, wholly, totally, categorically, absolutely, utterly, flatly, unreservedly, out of hand 2) I told her outright Syn …

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