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out-and-out
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Oliver Twist
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  • ’He’s an out-and-out Christian,’ said Charley.
  • This was merely intended as a tribute to the animal’s abilities, but it was an appropriate remark in another sense, if Master Bates had only known it; for there are a good many ladies and gentlemen, claiming to be out-and-out Christians, between whom, and Mr. Sikes’ dog, there exist strong and singular points of resemblance.
  • ’I never see such an out-and-out young wagabond, your worship,’ observed the officer with a grin.

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