as all getout

as all get out

To the highest or furthest possible degree; as much as one can imagine. Summers in Texas can be hot as all get-out.
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as all getout

To the ultimate degree, as in She made him furious as all getout. The American writer Joseph C. Neal had it in his Character Sketches (1838): "We look as elegant and as beautiful as get out." Today it always includes all. [Colloquial; first half of 1800s]
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as all getout

To the utmost, as much as possible. This homespun cliché dates from the first half of the nineteenth century, when it was usually stated as getout. Mark Twain wrote, “We got to dig in like all git-out” (Huckleberry Finn, 1884). It remains current.
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