frankly[ frangk-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF frankly
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"I've got eleven dollars and fifty cents in my pocket," Andrew said frankly.
"Frankly, your success is by no means complete," replied she.
He is an old hand, who knows the market and frankly manufactures for it.
He had been frankly bored by them, but the fact had remained.
But I think it's better to tell you frankly how matters stand.
Where she had been stout thirteen years before, she was now frankly fat.
For the first time in their life together, Rose was frankly unnerved.
Nellie had been frankly scandalized at the idea of mourning.
"No faith with duns" became, as he frankly declared, a maxim of his morality.
Then tell me frankly—did I, just now, speak too much or too warmly?