flatout

flat-out

[flat-out]
adjective Informal.
1.
moving or working at top speed or with maximum effort; all-out: a flat-out effort by all contestants.
2.
downright; thoroughgoing: Many of the paintings were flat-out forgeries.

Origin:
1925–30

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