holus-bolus

/ˌhəʊləsˈbəʊləs/
adverb
North American
archaic
All at once.

Origin
Mid 19th century (originally dialect): perhaps pseudo-Latin for ‘whole bolus, whole lump’.

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Never take my words entirely at face value, holus-bolus. There is too often an attempt at humor somewhere in my writing.

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Archaic: outmoded, out of date
In this case, rarely used when it was used.
Holus-bolus sounds like a silly sound, too.

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