At one time when we were in the greatest distress for money that we ever experienced, I placed the situation frankly
before General Armstrong.
And he said, "Tell me frankly
what is your chief temptation?
Her eyes laughed frankly
into his, and all the grace of natural childhood seemed still to linger about her.
He spoke with fire and conviction, mincing no words in his attack upon the slaves and their morality and tactics and frankly
alluding to his hearers as the slaves in question.
He hesitated a moment; then, looking me frankly
in the eyes, said:
If he asked me the question, I decided to tell him frankly
where I had been, and what had passed between his mother and myself.
For one thing, he quite frankly
owned that he was not a good Gaelic scholar.
But I've stayed two--and oh, but I've enjoyed them," she added frankly
Carried to the extreme, Realism may become ignoble, dealing too frankly
or in unworthy spirit with the baser side of reality, and in almost all ages this sort of Realism has actually attempted to assert itself in literature.
At his return, being questioned by Thwackum what he had done with the money for which the horse was sold, he frankly
declared he would not tell him.
and freely, you see there is no anger in Ned.
valuing herself, she as frankly