straight

[ streyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF straight

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STRAIGHT

But I got him too straight—let a drunken man alone for telling the truth when he's got it in him.

I certainly did need you to come along right now and set me straight.

The leader had gone with Joe Clune straight for the front car.

Straight to this sign Andrew walked and sat down at the table beneath it.

She confronted him in her straight white gown and waited for him to speak.

Now look me straight in the eye, and answer me truly and honestly.

And to think that chance led me from two thousand miles away, straight to him.

It's the man with the guilty conscience who looks you straight in the eye.

He took the straight road to her, and hastened on the way to her.

Here was speed, and with such stride—strong, and straight, and true!

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