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Shelby’s outspoken opposition helped sink Moore’s candidacy, and Moore lost to Democrat Doug Jones.

Joining the outspoken number of investors frustrated by San Francisco’s government, Founders Fund General Partner Keith Rabois recently announced his move to the city in November and acquired a home in the area.

From Fortune

Shultz was an early and outspoken advocate of aggressive anti-terrorism measures.

He has been outspoken on the need for diversity and sustainability in his industry.

From Time

Last April, Amazon fired two of its headquarters workers who had been outspoken critics of Amazon’s warehouse working conditions during the coronavirus pandemic and the company’s climate policies.

But few of us would recognize the name of Dietrich von Hildebrand, a German philosopher-turned-outspoken Nazi antagonist.

He was one of few outspoken activists in Syria prior to the uprising that took a place in March of 2011.

And Jeb, of course, will also have to deal with his outspoken support for Common Core, which the Republican base loathes.

Republican Joni Ernst, an outspoken right-winger, is the new Senator-elect from Iowa.

But there are likely clues to be found in Germán Goyeneche's outspoken passion for the buying and selling of art.

It was a pretty compliment, and sincere I knew, for no one could meet him without recognising his frank outspoken nature.

At first she had rather resented Sir John's outspoken objection to her niece as his son's wife.

Jane was homely and very outspoken; she made enemies easily yet was a loyal friend.

It nettled Dean—frank, outspoken, straightforward as he had always been.

"Why, Frank," cried Constance, in a burst of outspoken admiration.


On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outspoken, such as: blunt, candid, forthright, strident, vocal, and abrupt.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.