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  • r  in a blunt direct manner

  • He treated Langdon bluffly as an old paland took his girl away from him.
  • To Milton the man he is bluffly antipathetic, regards him as the arch-heretic of an heretical age, a humorless megalomaniac.
  • The doctors whom he saw blithely suggested that he wear gayer clothes, or bluffly urged him to "soldier on for a lifetime" as a male.

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