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straight–out

adjective \ˈstrāt-ˈat\

: very clear and direct

Full Definition of STRAIGHT-OUT

1
:  forthright, blunt <gave a straight–out answer>
2
straight–out adverb

First Known Use of STRAIGHT-OUT

1840

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