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  • r  directly and without evasion; not roundabout
    spoke forthright (or forthrightly) and to the point

  • But if not for the courage of one aging physician, the government might not have been forced to deal forthrightly with the disease.
  • Democratic Senator Salinger stopped talking about the foreign-policy experience he gained while serving as President Kennedy's press secretary long enough to come out forthrightly .
  • The largest silence is Shmuel's, who never forthrightly explains his desperate circumstances to Bruno.
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  • Billy, Don't Be a Hero
    (This article appeared in the November 1993 issue of SPIN ) Billy Corgan, rangy singer-guitarist-songwriter for Chicago's Smashing Pumpkins, is a lightweight. He makes that clear as he settles down in a midtown Manhattan bar to talk: "I'm a lightweight," he forthrightly announces as we order our first drinks...
    July 26, 2013 - Spin
  • Editorial: Explainer in-Chief; Obama Parses the Trial Reaction
    At a time when our national politics produce vastly more heat than light, President Obama interrupted the tiresome theatrics to speak forthrightly about a profoundly difficult and important matter— divergent public reaction to the Trayvon Martin verdict, which, because it is about the killing of an unarmed black teenager, is ultimately about race.
    July 25, 2013 - Valley News

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