Thank you, cropje_jnr, jamesjiao.
I think "right" would be possible. I am wondering why not using "right" while "right" is correct in the sentence: "It is difficult to find a right man these days".
Right in it's difficult to find the right man means the correct one, the one that will be good for you, what could be described as Mr Right.
Outright means complete, unqualified, unrestrained. It's often seen in buy outright or own outrightcombination, applied to houses for example, and means you don't have a loan, you have paid your mortgage or you bough cash: She is still paying the mortgage, but her parents own their mansion outright.