And more broadly I think we need a higher bar for what we view as out-and-out race baiting.
From that time to the day of his death, he was known as an out-and-out Christian.
There was no reason to think that she was better to look at than 47 an out-and-out beauty.
You have got two out-and-out horses; we saw you ride in yesterday afternoon.
With her gaze searching him so steadily, it had to be an out-and-out lie to serve.
Work until you are out-and-out weary, then rest, and you'll be able to work again.
If he was out-and-out dippy and didn't know it, he'd be all right.
He replied cryptically that he was an out-and-out phagocyte, and getting more so every time he read a newspaper.
Thirdly, they were the most pukka shikarries (out-and-out hunters) in all India.
Although born in Scotland and maintaining a great estate there, he is an American out-and-out.
Thorough; complete: an out-and-out idiot
[1813+; as an adverb, found by 1325]