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out-and-out
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
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  • Well, I never see anything like that old blister for clean out-and-out cheek.
  • But the king he only looked sorrowful, and says: "Gentlemen, I wish the money was there, for I ain’t got no disposition to throw anything in the way of a fair, open, out-and-out investigation o’ this misable business; but, alas, the money ain’t there; you k’n send and see, if you want to."

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