The truth: Is all dat straight goods? (1892+)
I'll give you the straight goods so's there won't be any chance of a mistake.
Besides being a paint slinger of promise, she's the straight goods.
But it would have to be straight goods, Blount; no 'ifs' and 'ands' about it.
Well, this is the straight goods at any rate, said Cimarron.
Sadie swallowed a bit hard at that; but she raps out the straight goods.
When she catches anybody in a mean trick she don't quote poetry to 'im; she gives 'im the straight goods.
I give you the straight goods that it was a disguised voice, and so, unreckonizable.
Some of this was straight goods, an' some stall; but that first winter was a special providence if they ever was one.
“Seems to be straight goods,” remarked Jim, as Joe threw the paper aside.
“straight goods, Mit,” stated the southpaw serenely, as he stepped forward.