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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.
The lower standard deviation of runoff (Table 2) confirms that change of runoff tends to stabilize, arrantly under the influence of anthropological activities.