right out

right out

In a serious, direct, straightforward manner. I told him right out that I was not interested in joining his company. He said right out that he would do what it takes to get the job.
See also: out, right

right out

Also, straight out. Plainly, without holding back, as in He told her right out that he couldn't run for another term, or When Jan told us she wanted to study medicine, Dad said straight out that he couldn't afford medical school .
See also: out, right
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A lot of people are right out of college and they're still trying to figure out where they can be comfortable and where they can't.
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The solution, and the best salve of all--nature--is right outs de your backdoor.