plain-spoken

[ pleyn-spoh-kuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF plain-spoken

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLAIN-SPOKEN

Mr. Froud had listened open-mouthed to this plain-spoken homily.

With a gasp the secretary thought: 'I knew that was a plain-spoken man!'

He is gone; I knew he could not withstand my plain-spoken truths.

Phyllis found Mrs. Thorpe could be plain-spoken as well as kind.

Her plain-spoken friend was sitting on her bed in a kimono as the girl came in.

Otherwise, he might not have been so plain-spoken with his creditor.

At the same time, he was by no means a flatterer, but ever plain-spoken to bluntness.

You always were the dearest and most honest and plain-spoken girl I ever met.

People say they like a plain-spoken, honest fellow, who says what he thinks.

It is the recollection of Thompson Benton, her plain-spoken father.

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