absitively posolutely

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Spooneristic blend of absolutely and positively.

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absitively posolutely (not comparable)

  1. Absolutely and positively; certainly; yes.
    • 1922, F. Scott Fitzgerald - The Beautiful and Damned
      "She was absitively, posolutely nutty!"
    • 1988, Disney - Oliver and Company - [1]
      "And once you got the beat, you can do anything. "I can?" "Absitively posolutely."
    • The Simpsons - [2]
      "Well, thanks." "Could you validate my parking?" "Absitively posolutely."
    • 2000, Disney - The Little Mermaid II, Return to the Sea - [3]
      "Whatever you do, you "absitively," "positutely"...must not panic."
    • 2004, Disney - Springtime with Roo - [4]
      "Ha ha! It's brilliant, inspired...absitively, posolutely electrified!"

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