Definition for "outright"
- Without reservation or qualification; honestly: finally reacted outright…
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- Without reservation or qualification; honestly: finally reacted outright to the question.
- Completely and totally; completely: rejected the costs outright.
- At once; straightway: were killed outright within the crash.
- Without extra repayments owing, constraints, or terms: is the owner of the property outright.
- Wholly, completely and totally.
- Openly and without booking.
- at a time.
- without outstanding conditions.
- Blatantly; inexcusably.
- instantly; without delay; at a time.
- totally; utterly.
- without restrictions or stipulations or additional repayments
- with no wait
- without booking or concealment
- Presented without booking; unqualified: an outright gift.
- perfect; total: outright triumph.
- Thoroughgoing; out-and-out: outright viciousness; an outright coward.
- Made without limitations, terms, or additional repayments owed: outright sale associated with residential property.
- Archaic Moving directly forward.
- Unqualified and unreserved.
- Total or complete.
- Having no outstanding conditions.
- Downright; simple; unqualified; total; straight-out.
- without booking or exception
- To release a person outright, without conditions.
- right upon; right onward; directly; for this reason, at a time; immediately; straight away.
- fully level; completely; totally; completely; without reservation: as, to stay a bargain outright.
- Downright; unqualified: as, straight-out wickedness.
- straight-out; straight on.
- Total; entire: as, the outright sum was $3,000.