Synonyms of out-and-out in English:

out-and-out

adjective

  • he really is an out-and-out chauvinist
    utter, downright, thoroughgoing, absolute, complete, thorough, through and through, total, unmitigated, outright, real, perfect, consummate, surpassing, sheer, rank, pure, unqualified, inveterate, positive, dyed-in-the-wool, true-blue, undiluted, unalloyed, unadulterated, in every respect, unconditional; blatant, flagrant, overt, naked, barefaced, brazen; North Americanfull-bore
    informal deep-dyed
    British informal right
    Australian/New Zealand informal fair
    archaic arrant
    rare right-down
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