honest-to-goodness honest-to-goodness

Definition(s):

  • (adj) (used informally especially for emphasis)

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. In general, everything should be watched on an honest-to-goodness television; there's very little difference between live viewing and same day DVR viewing though.
  2. At long last there has apparently been developed an honest-to-goodness nonskid tire.
  3. They brought out the first honest-to-goodness virgin-wool suits in 1900, and a tropical-weight suit in 1917.

News

  1. Pimpin' Photo: NYPD Officer Stalks The City In His "Pimpala"

    We've had Hipster Cops , Pepper Spray Cops , and even Cannibal Cops , but never an honest-to-goodness bag-bang-bouncing Pimp Cop—okay, that's not true, we have had LITERAL pimp cops who allegedly pimped on the side , but we've never had a cop who pimped his official NYPD ride with such simple elegance—until now! [ more › ]
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Gothamist

  2. Woman Photographs UFO in the Netherlands

    Somebody call Fox Mulder because we’ve got ourselves an honest-to-goodness x-file on our hands, thanks to a female amateur photographer. With that in mind, get out your “I Want To Believe” posters, because according to those who’ve reviewed the image, …
    on June 11, 2013     Source: WebProNews

  3. UFO Photos From Netherlands Are Creepy, Not Likely Faked

    A batch of UFO photos from the Netherlands has us spooked this morning, but while the pics are not likely to have been tampered with, whether or not we’re looking at an honest-to-goodness alien spacecraft is still up in the air. Corinne Federer shot the UFO photos in the Netherlands while she was shooting five-frame [...] UFO Photos From Netherlands Are Creepy, Not Likely Faked is a post from ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Inquisitr

Quotes

  • "When I first went over there, you could barely find the infield care center - and if you did, you took a tetanus shot to go into it," Andretti said. "Now, they're real, honest-to-goodness facilities with real doctors."
    on May 23, 2008 By: John Andretti Source: International Herald Tribune

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