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Downright, adv. directly, without stopping short, without further ceremony, plainly: “grew I not faint? and fell I not d.?” Ven. 645. “they'll mock us now d.” LLL V, 2, 389; cf. Mids. II, 1, 145 and Cor. II, 3, 167. “you have heard him swear d. he was,” As III, 4, 31. “and d. languished,” Wint. II, 3, 17. “it rains d.” Rom. III, 5, 129.
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