Downright [adjective]

Definition of Downright:

thorough, absolute

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Sentence/Example of Downright:

Gunter says although products such as tampons and sanitary products are needed, the scented washes and wipes that accompany them in drug store aisles are unnecessary at best and can be downright harmful at worst.

The advent of online publishing and social media spurred a land rush to the far right, with diminished confidence in media leading to careers and outlets powered by offering the most extreme interpretations of events if not downright falsehoods.

It isn’t, but a lot of folks are doing some downright risky things with their personal capital all the same.

A VR game is the perfect way to pass the time on a rainy, windy, or downright chilly day.

All of the ingredients are there for a downright wild season on ice, and we can’t wait for the puck to drop.

However, this electoral season, the transition process has felt unique, different, unprecedented and downright confusing at times.

After the onslaught of 2020, it can feel downright silly to think you’re going to make any revolutionary changes in your life in a time when every day blurs into the next.

On its face, “reimagining the border” sounds politically risky and just downright complex.

Senator Richard Blumenthal, the Connecticut Democrat, said in a tweet Tuesday that the briefing left him “deeply alarmed, in fact downright scared.”

That doesn’t sound like much, but for a Christmas period, that’s downright awful.