flat-out speed, for a long time the measure of a supercomputer's worth, may be going out of style.
Performance running footwear amplified for flat-out-speed.
He was a flat-out, knee-crawling thug with the morals of a weasel on speed.
Someone who tells you anything other than a flat-out no is probably willing to negotiate a bit.
Her approach had changed from a few hours earlier when she flat-out denied any kind of haunting.
But that was the only resurgence of flat-out theatre of cruelty.
Much of what medical researchers conclude in their studies is misleading, exaggerated, or flat-out wrong.
Sports combines human drama with something life flat-out does not and cannot have: finality.
Brock and the band also seemed flat-out disdainful of anything that smacked of rock showmanship.
In fact, they flat-out refused to let him play golf.
Slang definitions & phrases for flat-out
Open and direct; unambiguous; plain: Bunuel resorts to flat-out assertions in the last scene/ This time a flat-out demand
Total; unrestricted •The noun flat-out, ''a failure,'' is found by 1870; the following example is an unconscious redundancy: a husband who was a flat-out failure/ Despite its creep-show pretensions, much of it is flat-out dull
The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D. Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers. Cite This Source