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Lowell preferred Sheriff Tom's outspokenness to other forms of opposition and criticism which were harder to meet.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
Such cynical outspokenness might mark the conversation of the inhabitants of some dreamland.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
And he has done this with the rough outspokenness of the elements, with the splendid audacity of Nature herself.
Nor is it the example of Mr. Arnold alone that can be cited in exoneration of perfect outspokenness.
His success perhaps is attributable to a single event that stemmed from youthful brashness and vigorous outspokenness.
Now in spite of her outspokenness Nora was really a very fair minded young person, or perhaps I ought to say because of it.
There is a great vogue in these introspective days for outspokenness upon intimate matters.
Bolde's outspokenness and independence of judgment naturally excited Locke's admiration.
LOCKETHOMAS FOWLER
Used to being babied and somewhat pampered at home, his outspokenness troubled her.
When Alcibiades had finished, there was a laugh at his outspokenness; for he seemed to be still in love with Socrates.

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