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Downright

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Thoroughly, as “downright honest,” “downright mad”; outspoken; utter, as a “downright shame.” The word means from top to bottom, throughout.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Down on Him (To be)
Down on his Luck
Down to the Ground
Down - hearted
Down Town
Down-trod
Downfall (A)
Downing Professor
Downing Street (London)
Downpour (A)
Downright
Downright Dunstable
Downstairs
Downy (The)
Downy Cove (A)
Dowsabell
Dowse on the Chops (A)
Doxy
Doyleys
Dozen
D. P. or Dom. Proc

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