hands-down

[handz-doun]
adjective
1.
easy: a hands-down victory.
2.
certain: a book destined to be a hands-down bestseller.

Origin:
1865–70

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Example sentences
Built on an ascending series of platforms, the bar has the best view in town hands-down.
But for accuracy and speed, it beats the old ways of fingerprinting, hands-down.
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