forthright

[ adjective, noun fawrth-rahyt, fohrth-; adverb fawrth-rahyt, fohrth-, fawrth-rahyt, fohrth- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forthright

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORTHRIGHT

Hope you won't think I didn't play soundly, but it's not a forthright game.

A man should not be able to look other than directly and forthright.

All that he did was forthright, manly, single-purposed, and unhesitating.

By the reins the horse he tethered, and went to them forthright.

He was forthright and masterful and inclined to talk to her from a height.

Forthright he drove into the crowd like a reaper into standing grain.

“In that case he's drowned,” said Grattan, who was of a forthright manner of speech.

The question was so unexpected and so forthright that it almost staggered her.

That was her honest, forthright, Winnebago Wisconsin self talking.

He admired this frank, forthright sister who blazed so handsomely into rage.

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