by all odds


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by all odds

Definitively; indisputably. Most of the kids in the class are good artists, but Susie is by all odds the best.
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by all odds

By far, as in She is by all odds the best player on the team. This idiom uses odds in the sense of "the amount by which one thing excels or exceeds." [Mid-1800s]
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by all odds

In every possible way; unquestionably: By all odds it is the best film of the year.
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