forthright definition

  • adjective:
    • Direct and without evasion; easy: a forthright assessment; forthright critique.
    • Archaic Proceeding straight ahead.
    • simple; not evasive; described as candor and directness
    • Direct; direct.
    • described as directness in fashion or message; without subtlety or evasion
    • Direct and without evasion; easy: a forthright assessment; forthright critique.
    • Direct and without evasion; straightforward: a forthright appraisal; forthright criticism.
    • Direct and without evasion; easy: a forthright assessment; forthright criticism.
    • Archaic Proceeding directly ahead.
    • Archaic Proceeding directly ahead.
    • Archaic Proceeding right forward.
    • Direct and without evasion; easy: a forthright assessment; forthright critique.
    • Archaic Proceeding directly forward.
    • simple; not evasive; described as candor and directness
    • simple; not elusive; characterized by candor and directness
    • simple; perhaps not evasive; characterized by candor and directness
    • Direct; direct.
    • Direct; straightforward.
    • Direct; straightforward.
    • simple; perhaps not evasive; described as candor and directness
    • Direct; direct.
    • described as directness in way or speech; without subtlety or evasion
    • described as directness in way or address; without subtlety or evasion
    • characterized by directness in way or message; without subtlety or evasion
    • described as directness in manner or address; without subtlety or evasion
  • adverb:
    • right ahead.
    • right and honestly.
    • Archaic At The Same Time.
    • simple; in a straight way.
    • straight and without evasion; perhaps not roundabout
    • Directly forward.
    • right forward.
    • Directly forward.
    • straight and honestly.
    • right and honestly.
    • straight and frankly.
    • Archaic At A Time.
    • Archaic Simultaneously.
    • Archaic at a time.
    • straighforward; in a straight way.
    • right forward.
    • simple; in a straight way.
    • self-explanatory; in a straight path.
    • right and frankly.
    • Archaic At A Time.
    • self-explanatory; in a straight course.
    • right and without evasion; maybe not roundabout
    • directly and without evasion; perhaps not roundabout
    • directly and without evasion; maybe not roundabout
    • straight and without evasion; perhaps not roundabout
  • noun:
    • A straight course.
    • A straight or direct program.
    • A straight road.
    • A straight path.
    • A straight road.
    • A straight or direct course.
    • A straight or direct training course.
    • A straight course.
    • A straight or direct course.
    • A straight or direct program.
  • others:
    • Straightforward; truthful; direct; instant: as, a forthright guy; a forthright address.
    • Straightforward; in an immediate manner; straightway.
    • Straightforward; truthful; direct; immediate: because, a forthright guy; a forthright speech.
    • Straightforward; honest; direct; immediate: as, a forthright guy; a forthright message.
    • simple; truthful; direct; immediate: because, a forthright guy; a forthright address.
    • simple; in a direct way; straightway.
    • simple; in an immediate fashion; straightway.
    • Straightforward; truthful; direct; immediate: as, a forthright man; a forthright speech.
    • Straightforward; in a primary way; straightway.
    • Straightforward; in a direct way; straightway.

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