out-spoken[ out-spoh-kuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF out-spoken
- as iningenuous
- as inoutspoken
- as inplain
- as inround
- as insincere
- as instraightforward
- as intruthful
- as invocal
- as inbluff
- as inblunt
- as incandid
- as inplainspoken
- as instraight-from-the-shoulder
- as instraight-out
- as instraight-shooting
- as indemonstrative
- as indirect
- as ineloquent
- as inexplicit
- as inforthright
- as infrank
Synonyms for out-spoken
- like a babe in the woods
- up front
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUT-SPOKEN
And how did Fred feel towards the fearless, out-spoken Willy?
And where is the church at the North, the members of which are all out-spoken Abolitionists?
Tell me—you are of the out-spoken sort—are you not of my opinion?
It's not right, it's not out-spoken to keep me in the dark like this.
But she was on the surface, what there was of her, out-spoken and loud-spoken.
I believe it will be more respectful to both of them to do this in the most out-spoken way.
Aye; and is democracy as well as the South to have no out-spoken, honest counsellor?
Approved an out-spoken cable from my Ordnance to the War Office.
He knows when it is to be sly and crafty and when it is best to be frank and out-spoken.
If there is to-day a true-blue, a frank and out-spoken Democratic newspaper in the city of Boston, we do not know its name.