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Definition of out-and-out:

  1. Thorough- going; complete.

Synonyms:

unconditional, big, adaptive, bodacious, positive, profound, sheer, pure, straight-out, crashing, stark, unalloyed, stone, comprehensive, damned, complete, regular, rank, dead, addictive, definite, damn, blooming, simple, all-out, cotton-picking, unlimited, classy, thorough, clean, born, flat, categorical, unbounded, fair, full-scale, plumb, badass, consummate, babyish, arrant, downright, Midland, flexible, unqualified, unreserved, dreadful, right-down, unadulterated, plain, unrelieved, absolute, utter, limited, constitutionally, very, flat-out, total, unmitigated, flawed, blank, deadly, clingy, outright, perfect, unequivocal, thoroughgoing.

  • complete (part of speech: verb)