downright

[adj] - characterized by plain blunt honesty 2. [adv] - (intensifier) thoroughgoing
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Downright

Down'right` adverb 1. Straight down; perpendicularly. 2. In plain terms; without ceremony. « We shall chide downright , if I longer stay.» Shak. 3. Without delay; at once; completely. [ Obsolete] « She fell downright into a fit.�...
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downright

adjective characterized by plain blunt honesty; `a downright answer`; `a downright kind of person`
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downright

out-and-out(a) adjective complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as intensifiers; `absolute freedom`; `an absolute dimwit`; `a downright lie`; `out-and-out mayhem`; `an out-and-out lie`; `a rank outsider`; `man...
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Downright

• (adv.) In plain terms; without ceremony. • (a.) Plain; direct; unceremonious; blunt; positive; as, he spoke in his downright way. • (a.) Open; artless; undisguised; absolute; unmixed; as, downright atheism. • (adv.) Straight down; perpendicularly. • (adv.) Without delay; at once; completely.Downright: words in the definit...
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