That was a flat out lie.
He was victimized six ways to Sunday.
It is nothing more or less than a swindle.
Absolutely right, Betty.
Absolutely right, Frank.
completely knocked down
you're quite right; she was quite alone; was quite mistaken; quite the opposite; not quite finished; did not quite make it.
perfect or complete or pure.
while black tea is fully fermented, sir.
the state of being incomplete and imperfect.
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revolutionary new design...
Special ( full ) endorsement
I quite agree/understand.
out of (all) proportion to...
与… (完全) 不相称
She said, @Teddy, you have it all wrong.
It is quite safe from your pitiful little band.