Thesaurus / outright


For each turn, you actually had less than a 50 percent chance of winning outright, since there was a nonzero chance of a mini “War” in which their card had a matching rank, leaving you and your opponent to split the leftover probability.

The Fifth Battle For Riddler NationZach Wissner-GrossSeptember 4, 2020FiveThirtyEight

Like many others, he mixed criticism with outright falsehoods.

Initially, she had set her sights on breaking Jennifer Pharr-Davis’s 2011 mark of 46 days, 11 hours, and 20 minutes—which was the outright record until Scott Jurek broke it in 2015—but chronic shin splints got in the way.

It would be one thing if they were just an outright deniers of the virus’s lethality and threat.

This was a tactic by lawmakers, Peer said, because an outright ban would most likely not pass.

In the early days of rooftop solar, panels were too expensive for many homeowners to buy outright.

The German Company secured similar rights over the coastline of their district, and in 1890 bought it outright.

The man is an outright thief, and the treaty rights of Monsieur Morrison are clear.

A Volunteer with PikeRobert Ames Bennet

I said I would if I could, and so I will, by asking you outright, not by any other means.

ValerieFrederick Marryat

It was the most conspicuous instance of outright and supreme heroism that Temple Camp had ever witnessed or known.

Tom Slade's Double DarePercy Keese Fitzhugh


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