Definition of Straight out of the chute

1. Adverb. (US idiomatic) something done immediately, or "from the beginning". Taken from rodeo routine: the bucking bronco, or bull, or the calf for the calf-roping contest is kept in a narrow pen, a chute, until it is released and dashes out to its fate: ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Straight Out Of The Chute

straight flush
straight flushes
straight flute
straight forward
straight from the horse's mouth
straight from the shoulder
straight hang
straight hit
straight life insurance
straight line
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straight man
straight men
straight off
straight out
straight out of the chute (current term)
straight peen hammer
straight person
straight pin
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straight razor
straight razors
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