View definitions for aboveboard
adjective as in candid
Google and Facebook have said little publicly in response to the new suit, and have maintained that Jedi Blue agreement was legal and aboveboard.
Actually Kennedy knew nothing about the arrangement—and it was completely aboveboard.
"Since things are aboveboard—listen here," said Greenfield with sudden seriousness.
Quick tempers and excitable natures do not arouse mistrust, as they are at least "clear and aboveboard."
They all 'as that; dylies, weeklies, evenin's, Sundyes; but it's of no consequence—my voos are open and aboveboard.
The underhand scheme ran counter to the aboveboard principles of the scout law which he had sworn to obey; of that he felt sure.
It is all aboveboard and it is all done by men of high honour and good character—I mean the Embassy staff.
On this page you'll find 68 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aboveboard, such as: trustworthy, truthful, forthright, frank, good faith, and honest.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.