Some articles on outright:
6 = outright win 5 = incomplete win (the team batting second were not bowled out and did not achieve 75% of the fist innings score) 4 = incomplete win (the team batting second were not bowled out but ... are tied on points in the league competition the side with the most outright wins is the winner ...
... Trophy was presented to the entrant of the outright winning car, this being the first time in the history of the event that there had been an official award for the outright winner ... The outright winning car was the Ford Cortina Mk.I GT500 entered by Fairfield Motors and driven by Barry Seton and emerging young driver Midge Bosworth ...
... Trinity Valley (aka Henderson County) (17 titles, 11 outright) 2005, 1999, 1997, 1994, 1991*, 1988, 1984, 1983, 1973*, 1968*, 1967, 1966*, 1965, 1959, 1958, 1953*, 1952* Kilgore (14 titles ...
... The outright competition is fought out amongst the names of rallying and is the ultimate test for the competitors at the pointy end of the field ... The outright winner of the Championship is an Australian Champion in the small car category and is added to the record books ... Amongst the outright awards are the opportunities to chase individual class awards that are based on car capacity and specification which gives ...
... The next most successful club is Marist St Pats (10 outright, 1 shared) who can also claim another 6 titles from its predecessor clubs Marist Brothers Old Boys (3 outright ... Other clubs with five or more titles are Athletic (7 outright, 1 shared), Victoria University (7 outright, 1 shared), Wellington (five outright, two ... Oriental-Rongotai's 2011 victory was their first outright Wellington title since 1910 ...
More definitions of "outright":
- (adv): Without reservation or concealment.
Example: "She asked him outright for a divorce"
- (adv): Without restrictions or stipulations or further payments.
Example: "Buy outright"
Famous quotes containing the word outright:
“If the gods think to speak outright to man, they will honorably speak outright; not shake their heads, and give an old wives darkling hint.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“I prefer the honest jargon of reality to the outright lies of books.”
—Jean Rostand (18941977)
“I have pushed virtue to outright brutality.”
—Jean Racine (16391699)