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frank

adjective aboveboard, blunt, candid, clear, crystal clear, decent, direct, distinct, evident, explicit, forthright, honest, ingenuous, manifest, obvious, on the up and up, open, open and aboveboard, open and sinnere, open and genuine, sincere, straight, straightforward, straight-out, unequivocal, unreserved, upfront
Associated concepts: franking privilege
See also: apparent, candid, clear, credible, direct, forthright, genuine, honest, ingenuous, simple, sincere, straightforward, unaffected
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Following next week's Philadelphia Comic Con, Frankly will continue as Official Chat-App at Wizard World events in eight additional cities in 2014: San Antonio (August 1-3), Chicago (August 21-24), Richmond (September 12-14), Nashville (September 26-28), Austin (October 2-4), Columbus, Ohio (October 31-November 2), Tulsa (November 7-9) and Reno (November 21-23).
Their achievements may make some agents kick themselves for a missed opportunity: only last month Frankly Native was unsold at the Tattersalls Ireland November National Hunt sale for EUR7,500.
What I'm hearing a lot of, and I have a bit of cynicism, frankly, is a feeling that all we have to do is educate, and all will be well," said Robert M.
I am frankly tired of being the target of ill-informed bashers.
We are, frankly, running out of options at Mission College,'' Young said.
I frankly could not find anything in it that even resembled new or interesting information.
You know, I, frankly, don't even remember having my picture taken with the guy.
Dimming the gleam of that whack slipper / is one less thing she'd worry about, / frankly, if she had her way.
Quite frankly, I think that folks need to understand that if we're going to be successful, we have to broaden the base of our movement.
Medical student Kate Thomas, aged 23, said: "Because we are closer to their age we are able to talk frankly about the issues - and answer their questions frankly and with the facts drawn from our training.
One can see how this color-coding of ideas could easily irk someone as intelligent, and quite frankly, as blessed as Carter.
Once we understand the present Supreme Court--where each justice is entitled to four law clerks and the Court is annually deciding no more than about 80 full-fledged cases--we have to acknowledge frankly that being a justice is a very pleasant and cushy part-time job.