holus-bolus

holus-bolus

(ˈhəʊləsˈbəʊləs)
adv
informal all at once
[C19: pseudo-Latin based on whole bolus; see bolus]
References in classic literature ?
With these words, she appeared to lose all command over herself; and, making a sudden snatch at the heap of silver, put it back, holus-bolus, in her pocket.
It did not work and was quietly dumped in the Eighties--only to return holus-bolus in the Nineties.
Instead, the eradication of stripping holus-bolus under the guise of feminism perpetuates, once again, a division between morally minded madonnas and falsely conscious whores--a short-sighted polarization that Bradley-Engen detonates on personal and sociological grounds.
I don't think it means you're going to see First Nations officers running holus-bolus all over the province to do whatever they feel they want to do.
School holidays and daylight saving were brought forward holus-bolus and commuters warned of hefty transport delays.
But while these demonstrations and parallel efforts in Calgary and other centres organized by coalitions have drawn respectable crowds, most of the resistance is single-issue rather than an attack on the Klein agenda holus-bolus.
Northover noted that there has been "no holus-bolus change from solvent- to water-borne adhesives although they are available.