Meaning of arrantly in English:




See arrant

‘Before reading the column, I held onto the slight chance that my view of this university was arrantly skewed.’
  • ‘America is being denounced as arrantly hypocritical for first pretending to promote democracy, then trying to crush its results.’
  • ‘For instance, some frustrated teachers will give an arrantly negligent student a B, instead of a grade more indicative of poor work.’
  • ‘The presumption of innocence - widely overused as a rhetorical lifeline for the arrantly guilty - is indeed deeply rooted in Anglo-American common law.’
  • ‘Supermarket food is also packed with sugar, which is not only fattening, it is also arrantly destructive to the body.’