Definition of out and out in English:

out and out

Line breaks: out and out
Pronunciation: /aʊt(ə)ndˈaʊt
 
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adjective

[attributive]

adverb

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  • Completely: he was induced to part out and out with all the money
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    • The three viable alleles fail to complement out and out.
    • Some guys in the heat of the day were faster than us out and out by themselves.
    • Forgive my failing memory but wasn't poll tax abandoned because so many people just out and out refused to do it (pay poll tax)?

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