quite the worst

quite the worst
quite the worst/the best/etc british phrase
very much the worst the best etc

He’s quite the most difficult person I’ve ever met.

It’s quite the best party I’ve been to in a long time.

Thesaurus: very and very muchsynonym
Main entry: quite

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