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  • s  characterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion

  • The investigators found the college freshmen most finicky, the seniors most free-spoken, the faculty betwixt between.
  • In the free-spoken, never-adjourned town meeting which the vast American democracy tries to resemble, one subject that had long been on people's minds had never, until last week .
  • She suffers through an inconclusive courtship by a yokel with a good heart but no "spunk"; welcomes marriage with a muscular, free-spoken nomad of the hill-farms, Jasper Kent .

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