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Completely such; thoroughgoing: an arrant fool; the hotel's arrant luxury.

[Variant of errant.]

ar′rant·ly adv.
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I boxed, swam, sailed, rode horses, lived in the open an arrantly healthful life, and passed life insurance examinations with flying colours.
Few such resolutions contained as arrantly prejudicial language as that setting up the Goldstone Mission.
At once esoteric and arrantly candid, these simple, systemically generated portraits attempt to quantify an individual or personality through confessional recollections.