one hundred percent
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- Complete, entire, whole.
- We are willing to provide one hundred percent mortgages.
- He has a one hundred percent record of success.
- Completely sure.
- 2010 October 17, Hadley Freeman, “Tattoos: what makes one spiritual and another Katona-esque?”, in The Guardian:
- And did Nixon ever cover up a tattoo of the name of a second ex-husband with what has been described as "a fiery phoenix" to represent why one should never be tattooed with the name of one's spouse, particularly if he was a former drug dealer – oh, no, I mean, "to represent rising from the ashes and starting a new beginning", as Katona has explained? Again, one cannot be 100% on this, but it does seem unlikely.