"all out" Definition

  1. by far;—“he was ALL OUT the best of the lot.” _Old_—frequently used by Burton in his _Anatomy of Melancholy_.

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Position in the dictionary: 22 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: all serene, all there, all to pieces, all to smash, all-overish, all-rounder, alls, almighty dollar, american tweezers, andrew millar
Previous words in the dictionary: all of a hugh!, all my eye, alderman, albertopolis, akeybo, ain’t, aggerawators, against the grain, afternoon farmer, affygraphy.

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