frontally frontally


  • (adv) in, at, or toward the front


  1. Whether out of conviction or fear of being targeted by terrorists, the 38 did not frontally reject the linkage between violence and the advance of Islam.
  2. Sure, the aftermath of the Iraq war has made it easier to frontally attack Bush.
  3. Once more Taegu was threatened, not only frontally but by envelopment from the east.


  • Earl Ofari Hutchinson: The RNC’s Losing Battle Against its Racists

    Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus sounded like he really meant business when he frontally assailed racism from one of the GOP party faithful. He lambasted GOP Iowa congressman Steve King for his silly, vicious and relentless trash of immigration reform and undocumented immigrants. Priebus used the “R” word, racism, to describe King’s rants and […]
    on August 17, 2013     Source: EURweb


  1. "The strategy for Ask not go frontally against the larger competitor, Google," said Diller. "We're going after vertical sites that give us traffic and give users a taste of a better experience so they'll come back."
    on Feb 4, 2009 By: Barry Diller Source: ClickZ News

  2. "The issue of kidnapping is a problem that the government must tackle frontally and I have decided that we will tackle it frontally," Jonathan said during a meeting of leaders of his ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) in Abuja.
    on Jun 17, 2010 By: Goodluck Jonathan Source: AFP

  3. As Kasdan says, "It's a full frontally nude movie type of yuletide experience."
    on Nov 1, 2007 By: Jake Kasdan Source: USA Today

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