No offence; I'm a plain spoken man, as you will find, if you know it not already.
“He thinks you are a fool,” returned the plain spoken Eskimo.
"I may be a plain spoken one," said Ruth, not at all alarmed by the man's manner.
She seemed a poor, hardworking person, plain spoken and honest.
Mr. Wells's discussions of vital themes are suggestive, original, and plain spoken, and seamed with a racy vigor of style.
I talked to him long and without reserve on all the questions of the day, and found him equally frank and plain spoken.
She had endeavoured to get up some mild excitement with the bishop, but the bishop had been too plain spoken and sincere for her.
He spent a very pleasant evening with the family, who made him feel entirely at home, they were so kind and so plain spoken.
In our day the disciples of Epicurus and Lucretius are legion, but they are not always so plain spoken as their masters.
Very rarely do they say anything wise or witty or plain spoken—even under great provocation from their pert schoolboy brothers.