Arrant

• (a.) Thorough or downright, in a good sense. • (a.) Notoriously or preeminently bad; thorough or downright, in a bad sense; shameless; unmitigated; as, an arrant rogue or coward.
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Arrant

Ar'rant adjective [ Middle English erraunt , errant , errand , equiv. to English errant wandering, which was first applied to vagabonds, as an errant rogue , an errant thief , and hence passed gradually into its present and worse sense. See Errant .] N...
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arrant

arrant, arrantly 1. Used to emphasize that someone or something is an extreme example of something disapproved of. 2. Without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers; such as, an arrant (complete) fool; He dismissed the rumors as 'arrant nonsense'.
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arrant

downright; unmitigated
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arrant

in the highest degree 
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arrant

notoriously or pre-eminently bad
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arrant

Notoriously or preeminently bad; thorough or downright, in a bad sense; shameless; unmitigated; as, an arrant rogue or coward. 'I discover an arrant laziness in my soul.' (Fuller) ... 2. Thorough or downright, in a good sense. 'An arrant honest woman.' (Burton) ... Origin: OE. Erraunt, errant, errand, equiv. To E. Errant wandering, which was first ...
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