Definition of outright. (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : in entirety : completely rejected the proposal outright outright refuses to cooperate with law enforcement — Tim Murphy. 2 : on the spot : instantaneously was killed outright. 3 : without lien (see lien sense 1) or encumbrance (see encumbrance sense 2) purchased the property outright for cash.
outright definition: 1. completely or immediately: 2. complete: 3. completely or immediately: . Learn more.
outright meaning: 1. completely or immediately: 2. complete: 3. completely or immediately: . Learn more.
Without additional payments owing, constraints, or stipulations: owns the property outright. adj. (out′rīt′) 1. Presented without reservation; unqualified: an outright gift. 2. a. Complete; total: outright victory. b. Thoroughgoing; out-and-out: outright viciousness; an outright coward.
Outright means complete and total. She had failed to win an outright victory. The response of the audience varied from outright rejection to warm hospitality. Synonyms: definite, clear, certain, straight More Synonyms of outright. Outright is also an adverb. The peace plan wasn't rejected outright.
2 Immediately or instantly. ‘the impact killed four horses outright’. More example sentences. ‘Nine horse were killed outright and are now being slaughtered for their meat, and another twenty-eight are sorely injured, and will soon have to be butchered.’.
outright adj / ˈaʊtˌraɪt / (prenominal) without qualifications or limitations: outright ownership; complete; total; straightforward; direct; adv / ˌaʊtˈraɪt / without restrictions; without reservation or concealment: ask outright; instantly: he was killed outright '