Improve your English vocabulary with the BBC. In English, ‘warts and all’ is an expression we use when we want to know everything about a person or situation – even the bad things!

Example sentences:
I’m thinking of applying for a job there and I really want to hear what it’s like – warts and all.
Jorge wasn’t the best boyfriend but she loved him, warts and all.
The best travel guides give a warts-and-all account.

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