frank definition

  • adjective:
    • Open and genuine in appearance; straightforward: made a number of frank remarks towards quality of their work.
    • demonstrably manifest; obvious: honest pleasure.
    • Open and genuine in expression; straightforward: made a number of frank remarks towards top-notch their particular work.
    • plainly manifest; obvious: frank pleasure.
    • truthful, especially in an manner that seems slightly dull.
    • Unbounded by constraints, limits, etc.; no-cost.
    • totally free in uttering one's real sentiments; not reserved; using no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • Liberal; nice; profuse.
    • Open and genuine in expression; simple: made a number of frank remarks towards quality of their particular work.
    • Unrestrained; free; licentious; -- found in a poor good sense.
    • demonstrably manifest; obvious: honest enjoyment.
    • Open and honest in expression; simple: made several honest remarks about the top-notch their work.
    • Open and honest in phrase; straightforward: made several honest remarks about the top-notch their work.
    • Open and genuine in phrase; simple: made several honest remarks towards top-notch their work.
    • Open and honest in expression; simple: made several frank remarks concerning the quality of their work.
    • Clearly manifest; obvious: honest satisfaction.
    • Open and sincere in appearance; straightforward: made a few frank remarks in regards to the top-notch their particular work.
    • straightforward, particularly in an manner that appears somewhat dull.
    • plainly manifest; obvious: honest pleasure.
    • plainly manifest; evident: frank satisfaction.
    • obviously manifest; obvious: frank satisfaction.
    • obviously manifest; obvious: honest enjoyment.
    • Unbounded by restrictions, limitations, etc.; free.
    • honest, especially in an manner that seems a little dull.
    • honest, particularly in an manner that seems a little blunt.
    • truthful, especially in an manner that seems slightly dull.
    • complimentary in uttering an individual's real sentiments; maybe not set aside; making use of no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • honest, especially in an manner that appears slightly blunt.
    • Liberal; nice; profuse.
    • straightforward, particularly in an manner that seems somewhat dull.
    • Unrestrained; loose; licentious; -- found in a negative good sense.
    • straightforward, especially in an manner that appears slightly dull.
    • Open and sincere in appearance; straightforward: made a few honest remarks about the top-notch their work.
    • Open and honest in expression; simple: made a few honest remarks in regards to the quality of their work.
    • demonstrably manifest; obvious: frank enjoyment.
    • demonstrably manifest; evident: honest pleasure.
    • Unbounded by limitations, limits, etc.; free.
    • Unbounded by limitations, restrictions, etc.; free.
    • Unbounded by limitations, limitations, etc.; free.
    • totally free in uttering an individual's real sentiments; not set aside; utilizing no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • Free in uttering a person's real sentiments; maybe not set aside; using no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • complimentary in uttering one's genuine sentiments; perhaps not reserved; utilizing no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • Unbounded by limitations, limitations, etc.; no-cost.
    • Liberal; large; profuse.
    • Unbounded by limitations, limits, etc.; no-cost.
    • Liberal; big; profuse.
    • Liberal; substantial; profuse.
    • Free in uttering an individual's real sentiments; maybe not set aside; utilizing no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • Unrestrained; free; licentious; -- found in a negative sense.
    • Unrestrained; free; licentious; -- found in a poor good sense.
    • Unrestrained; free; licentious; -- utilized in a bad good sense.
    • Free in uttering your real sentiments; maybe not set aside; utilizing no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • Unbounded by restrictions, limitations, etc.; no-cost.
    • Open and honest in expression; simple: made a number of honest remarks in regards to the top-notch their particular work.
    • Clearly manifest; obvious: honest pleasure.
    • Free in uttering your genuine sentiments; maybe not set aside; utilizing no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • honest, particularly in an manner that appears somewhat blunt.
    • Liberal; ample; profuse.
    • Liberal; substantial; profuse.
    • Liberal; good; profuse.
    • Unrestrained; free; licentious; -- used in a poor good sense.
    • Unrestrained; free; licentious; -- found in a negative feeling.
    • honest, especially in an manner that seems a little dull.
    • demonstrably manifest; obvious
    • Unrestrained; free; licentious; -- used in a negative feeling.
    • Open and honest in phrase; simple: made a number of frank remarks concerning the top-notch their particular work.
    • Open and sincere in expression; straightforward: made several frank remarks towards top-notch their work.
    • described as directness in manner or message; without subtlety or evasion
    • obviously manifest; evident: frank enjoyment.
    • Clearly manifest; evident: frank satisfaction.
    • Open and sincere in appearance; simple: made a number of honest remarks concerning the quality of their particular work.
    • honest, especially in an manner that seems slightly blunt.
    • obviously manifest; evident: honest satisfaction.
    • Unbounded by limitations, restrictions, etc.; free.
    • clearly manifest; obvious
    • Open and honest in phrase; simple: made a few frank remarks about the top-notch their work.
    • Free in uttering a person's genuine sentiments; not set aside; making use of no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • obviously manifest; evident: frank pleasure.
    • Liberal; big; profuse.
    • Unrestrained; loose; licentious; -- utilized in a negative feeling.
    • described as directness in manner or address; without subtlety or evasion
    • truthful, especially in an manner that appears slightly dull.
    • straightforward, especially in an manner that seems slightly blunt.
    • Unbounded by constraints, limitations, etc.; no-cost.
    • totally free in uttering a person's genuine sentiments; not reserved; utilizing no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • straightforward, particularly in an manner that appears a little dull.
    • Unbounded by limitations, limits, etc.; no-cost.
    • Liberal; ample; profuse.
    • totally free in uttering one's real sentiments; not reserved; utilizing no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • Unrestrained; loose; licentious; -- utilized in a bad good sense.
    • Liberal; ample; profuse.
    • truthful, especially in an manner that seems a little dull.
    • Unrestrained; loose; licentious; -- used in a bad good sense.
    • Unbounded by restrictions, limits, etc.; free.
    • totally free in uttering a person's real sentiments; not set aside; utilizing no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • clearly manifest; evident
    • Unbounded by limitations, restrictions, etc.; free.
    • Liberal; nice; profuse.
    • Unbounded by restrictions, limits, etc.; no-cost.
    • Unrestrained; free; licentious; -- used in a poor feeling.
    • Free in uttering an individual's genuine sentiments; not set aside; using no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • Free in uttering a person's genuine sentiments; not set aside; using no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • Liberal; good; profuse.
    • clearly manifest; evident
    • clearly manifest; obvious
    • clearly manifest; evident
    • Unrestrained; loose; licentious; -- found in a negative sense.
    • plainly manifest; obvious
    • Liberal; big; profuse.
    • plainly manifest; evident
    • characterized by directness in way or address; without subtlety or evasion
    • Unrestrained; free; licentious; -- used in a poor sense.
    • Unbounded by restrictions, limits, etc.; free.
    • totally free in uttering your real sentiments; not set aside; making use of no disguise; candid; ingenuous
    • Liberal; generous; profuse.
    • described as directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion
    • Unrestrained; loose; licentious; -- found in a poor feeling.
    • characterized by directness in fashion or address; without subtlety or evasion
    • described as directness in fashion or message; without subtlety or evasion
    • characterized by directness in fashion or address; without subtlety or evasion
    • characterized by directness in manner or address; without subtlety or evasion
    • plainly manifest; evident
    • demonstrably manifest; obvious
    • plainly manifest; obvious
    • described as directness in way or speech; without subtlety or evasion
    • characterized by directness in fashion or message; without subtlety or evasion
    • described as directness in fashion or speech; without subtlety or evasion
    • clearly manifest; evident
    • described as directness in way or address; without subtlety or evasion
    • plainly manifest; obvious
    • characterized by directness in way or address; without subtlety or evasion
    • demonstrably manifest; obvious
    • clearly manifest; obvious
    • characterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion
    • characterized by directness in manner or message; without subtlety or evasion
  • verb-transitive:
    • to place the state mark on (an item of post) such that it can be delivered cost-free.
    • To send (post) cost-free.
    • to put a stamp or mark-on (an item of mail) to show the payment of postage.
    • allow (a person) in the future and go easily.
    • to place the official mark on (a piece of mail) such that it are delivered free.
    • To send (mail) free.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; ergo, to cram; to fatten.
    • to put a stamp or mark-on (some mail) showing the repayment of postage.
    • make it possible for (a person) to come and go freely.
    • To send by general public conveyance without expenditure.
    • To put the official mark on (some post) such that it is delivered totally free.
    • To extempt from cost for postage, as a letter, package, or packet, etc.
    • To send (post) cost-free.
    • To put an official mark on (a piece of post) such that it can be delivered totally free.
    • To put an official mark on (a piece of post) so that it could be delivered free.
    • To put an official mark-on (some mail) such that it are delivered totally free.
    • to place the official mark on (an item of mail) such that it may be delivered free of charge.
    • To put the state mark-on (a piece of mail) such that it may be sent totally free.
    • To deliver (post) free of charge.
    • To send (post) free.
    • To deliver (post) cost-free.
    • to put a stamp or mark-on (a piece of post) showing the repayment of postage.
    • To send (post) free of charge.
    • to position a stamp or mark-on (an item of post) showing the payment of postage.
    • To deliver (post) free of charge.
    • To place a stamp or mark on (a piece of post) to demonstrate the payment of postage.
    • to position a stamp or mark on (a piece of mail) showing the payment of postage.
    • to put a stamp or mark-on (some post) showing the repayment of postage.
    • make it possible for (an individual) in the future and go easily.
    • To place a stamp or mark on (a piece of mail) to show the payment of postage.
    • To enable (one) in the future and get freely.
    • make it possible for (you) in the future and go freely.
    • To enable (people) ahead and get freely.
    • make it possible for (you) ahead and go freely.
    • to allow (an individual) in the future and go easily.
    • To shut-up in a frank or sty; to pen up; for this reason, to cram; to fatten.
    • To deliver by community conveyance free of cost.
    • To extempt from fee for postage, as a letter, package, or packet, etc.
    • to place the state mark on (a bit of mail) such that it is sent free of charge.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; for this reason, to cram; to fatten.
    • to place the state mark-on (a piece of post) so that it can be delivered free of charge.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; thus, to cram; to fatten.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; ergo, to cram; to fatten.
    • To send (post) free.
    • To send (mail) totally free.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; for this reason, to cram; to fatten.
    • to put a stamp or mark-on (a piece of post) to demonstrate the payment of postage.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; ergo, to cram; to fatten.
    • to put a stamp or mark on (some mail) to demonstrate the payment of postage.
    • to allow (you) to come and go freely.
    • To enable (an individual) ahead and get easily.
    • To shut-up in a frank or sty; to pen up; thus, to cram; to fatten.
    • To send by public conveyance free of expense.
    • To send by community conveyance free from expenditure.
    • To deliver by community conveyance without any expenditure.
    • To extempt from charge for postage, as a letter, bundle, or packet, etc.
    • To extempt from fee for postage, as a letter, package, or packet, etc.
    • To extempt from cost for postage, as a letter, package, or packet, etc.
    • to place an official mark on (a bit of post) so that it is delivered cost-free.
    • To send by general public conveyance without any expenditure.
    • To send (mail) free of charge.
    • To deliver by community conveyance without cost.
    • To extempt from cost for postage, as a letter, bundle, or packet, etc.
    • to position a stamp or mark on (an item of mail) showing the repayment of postage.
    • To deliver by community conveyance without expense.
    • To extempt from charge for postage, as a letter, bundle, or packet, etc.
    • make it possible for (people) in the future and go easily.
    • To extempt from charge for postage, as a letter, bundle, or packet, etc.
    • To put the official mark on (a bit of post) such that it is delivered cost-free.
    • to place the official mark-on (some post) such that it could be sent free of charge.
    • To send (mail) free.
    • To deliver (post) cost-free.
    • To place a stamp or mark-on (some mail) to show the repayment of postage.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; hence, to cram; to fatten.
    • to position a stamp or mark-on (a piece of post) to demonstrate the payment of postage.
    • To put the official mark on (a piece of post) such that it is sent free of charge.
    • allow (one) in the future and go easily.
    • To deliver (mail) free.
    • To enable (an individual) in the future and go freely.
    • to put a stamp or mark on (a bit of mail) to exhibit the payment of postage.
    • to allow (an individual) ahead and go freely.
    • To put an official mark-on (a bit of mail) such that it is sent free.
    • To send (post) free.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; for this reason, to cram; to fatten.
    • to put a stamp or mark on (a piece of post) to show the repayment of postage.
    • To send by general public conveyance without cost.
    • To enable (you) to come and get freely.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; for this reason, to cram; to fatten.
    • To extempt from cost for postage, as a letter, package, or packet, etc.
    • To deliver by general public conveyance without any cost.
    • To extempt from fee for postage, as a letter, package, or packet, etc.
    • To send by public conveyance free from cost.
    • To shut-up in a frank or sty; to pen up; therefore, to cram; to fatten.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; therefore, to cram; to fatten.
    • To extempt from fee for postage, as a letter, bundle, or packet, etc.
    • To shut-up in a frank or sty; to pen up; ergo, to cram; to fatten.
    • To deliver by general public conveyance without cost.
    • To shut-up in a frank or sty; to pen up; for this reason, to cram; to fatten.
    • To extempt from charge for postage, as a letter, package, or packet, etc.
    • To deliver by public conveyance free of expense.
    • To send by general public conveyance free from cost.
    • To extempt from charge for postage, as a letter, package, or packet, etc.
    • To extempt from cost for postage, as a letter, bundle, or packet, etc.
    • To deliver by community conveyance free of expenditure.
    • To extempt from charge for postage, as a letter, package, or packet, etc.
  • noun:
    • A mark or signature put on an item of post to point the right to deliver it totally free.
    • The right to send post complimentary.
    • A franked piece of mail.
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • totally free postage, the right exercised by governments (usually with definite article).
    • The notice on an envelope in which a stamp would normally be found.
    • A hot dog or sausage.
    • the grey heron.
    • A pigsty.
    • the most popular heron; -- so-called from its note.
    • A mark or trademark placed on some post to point the right to deliver it free of charge.
    • The right to deliver post free.
    • A franked little bit of post.
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • Free postage, the right exercised by governments (usually with definite article).
    • The privilege of sending letters or any other post matter, free of postage, or without charge; in addition, the indication, mark, or signature denoting that a letter or other mail matter will be get free from postage. Called in addition the franking privilege.
    • The notice on an envelope in which a stamp would typically be located.
    • A member of just one associated with German tribes that in fifth century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • A native or inhabitant of west Europe; a European; -- a term found in the Levant.
    • A French money. See Franc.
    • A hot puppy or sausage.
    • A mark or signature placed on a piece of post to indicate the right to deliver it cost-free.
    • the grey heron.
    • A mark or trademark positioned on a bit of mail to indicate the ability to send it free.
    • a part of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this name when you look at the 3rd century, and afterwards sectioned off into three groups, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, together with Salian or Salic Franks.
    • A mark or signature positioned on some mail to indicate the ability to send it totally free.
    • A mark or signature positioned on a bit of post to indicate the right to send it totally free.
    • A mark or trademark added to an item of post to indicate the right to send it free of charge.
    • the ability to deliver post free.
    • [A readoption for the Oriental as a type of the European name Frank, originating during the time of the crusades, if the Franks this is certainly, the French, and also by expansion the other nations of western Europe) became familiar into the Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European associated with the western countries: a common designation among the list of Turks, Arabs, and other Oriental individuals for just about any western foreigner.
    • The right to deliver mail free.
    • A pigsty.
    • The right to deliver mail free.
    • A mark or trademark placed on an item of mail to point the ability to send it cost-free.
    • A franked piece of post.
    • The right to deliver post free.
    • A franked little bit of mail.
    • the ability to deliver mail free.
    • The common heron; -- so called from its note.
    • A franked piece of post.
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • A franked piece of mail.
    • The right to send mail complimentary.
    • A franked little bit of post.
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • A franked piece of mail.
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • totally free postage, a right exercised by governments (usually with definite article).
    • totally free postage, the right exercised by governing bodies (usually with definite article).
    • complimentary postage, the right exercised by governing bodies (usually with definite article).
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • The notice on an envelope where a stamp would normally be found.
    • The notice on an envelope where a stamp would usually be found.
    • complimentary postage, the right exercised by governments (usually with definite article).
    • The notice on an envelope in which a stamp would generally be located.
    • The notice on an envelope where a stamp would typically be found.
    • A hot dog or sausage.
    • A hot puppy or sausage.
    • A hot dog or sausage.
    • complimentary postage, the right exercised by governments (usually with definite article).
    • totally free postage, the right exercised by governing bodies (usually with definite article).
    • A hot dog or sausage.
    • The notice on an envelope where a stamp would normally be located.
    • the grey heron.
    • The privilege of giving letters or other post matter, free of postage, or at no cost; additionally, the indication, level, or trademark denoting that a letter or other mail matter will be get without postage. Known as additionally the franking privilege.
    • the grey heron.
    • the grey heron.
    • The notice on an envelope in which a stamp would typically be located.
    • A pigsty.
    • the grey heron.
    • A pigsty.
    • A member of one associated with German tribes that into the fifth century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • A pigsty.
    • A native or inhabitant of Western European countries; a European; -- a term utilized in the Levant.
    • A hot dog or sausage.
    • A pigsty.
    • the typical heron; -- so called from the note.
    • the grey heron.
    • the typical heron; -- so named from its note.
    • A French coin. See Franc.
    • A hot dog or sausage.
    • A pigsty.
    • an associate of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this title inside 3rd century, and later partioned into three teams, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, plus the Salian or Salic Franks.
    • the typical heron; -- so called from its note.
    • the grey heron.
    • [A readoption of this Oriental kind of the European title Frank, originating during the crusades, once the Franks which, the French, and also by extension the other countries of western European countries) became familiar to the Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European for the western countries: a common designation among the list of Turks, Arabs, along with other Oriental individuals for almost any western foreigner.
    • The trademark or indorsement of one keeping the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed on the wrapper in token for the right regarding the inclosure to pass no-cost.
    • the normal heron; -- so-called from the note.
    • A letter hence indorsed, delivered by post without any postage.
    • the most popular heron; -- so-called from its note.
    • A pigsty.
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • A mark or signature put on a bit of post to point the ability to deliver it totally free.
    • the normal heron; -- so-called from the note.
    • A mark or trademark placed on an item of post to indicate the ability to send it cost-free.
    • The right to send mail free.
    • the ability to send post complimentary.
    • A franked little bit of post.
    • A franked little bit of post.
    • Casual A frankfurter.
    • Casual A frankfurter.
    • an old spelling of franc.
    • The privilege of delivering letters or other mail matter, free of postage, or without charge; also, the sign, level, or signature denoting that a letter or any other post matter is to get without postage. Called in addition the franking privilege.
    • The privilege of sending letters or any other post matter, without postage, or at no cost; additionally, the sign, mark, or signature denoting that a letter or other mail matter is get free of postage. Called in addition the franking privilege.
    • A name of the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • A member of one of the German tribes that in the fifth century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • The privilege of delivering letters or other post matter, without postage, or without charge; additionally, the sign, level, or signature denoting that a letter or any other mail matter is always to go free of postage. Known as in addition the franking privilege.
    • complimentary postage, the right exercised by governing bodies (usually with definite article).
    • an associate of 1 for the German tribes that in fifth century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced meat or pork frequently smoked; often supported on a bread roll
    • complimentary postage, the right exercised by governing bodies (usually with definite article).
    • A native or inhabitant of Western Europe; a European; -- a term used in the Levant.
    • A native or inhabitant of Western European countries; a European; -- a phrase found in the Levant.
    • A member of one associated with German tribes that into the 5th century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • A French money. See Franc.
    • The notice on an envelope in which a stamp would normally be found.
    • The privilege of giving letters or other post matter, without postage, or at no cost; additionally, the sign, mark, or trademark denoting that a letter or other mail matter is to go free of postage. Known as additionally the franking privilege.
    • A French money. See Franc.
    • A native or inhabitant of Western Europe; a European; -- a term found in the Levant.
    • The privilege of delivering letters or other post matter, without any postage, or at no cost; also, the sign, level, or trademark denoting that a letter or other post matter is to get free of postage. Known as also the franking privilege.
    • a part of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this name in the third century, and later partioned into three teams, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, and Salian or Salic Franks.
    • a part of one of this German tribes that when you look at the fifth century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • A French money. See Franc.
    • The trademark or indorsement of people holding the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed regarding wrapper in token of this right of this inclosure to pass through no-cost.
    • A mark or trademark placed on an item of post to indicate the ability to deliver it free of charge.
    • The privilege of giving letters or any other mail matter, without any postage, or at no cost; additionally, the sign, level, or trademark denoting that a letter or other mail matter will be get free of postage. Called additionally the franking privilege.
    • a part of 1 of this German tribes that when you look at the 5th century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • an associate of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this name when you look at the 3rd century, and afterward partioned into three groups, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, and Salian or Salic Franks.
    • an associate of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this title inside third century, and afterward separated into three groups, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, while the Salian or Salic Franks.
    • the ability to send mail complimentary.
    • A hot puppy or sausage.
    • A letter hence indorsed, delivered by post without any postage.
    • The notice on an envelope where a stamp would usually be located.
    • [A readoption of Oriental as a type of the European name Frank, originating during the time of the crusades, once the Franks which, the French, and also by extension another countries of western European countries) became familiar toward Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European associated with western nations: a common designation among the list of Turks, Arabs, also Oriental peoples for just about any western foreigner.
    • A native or inhabitant of west European countries; a European; -- a phrase utilized in the Levant.
    • [A readoption of Oriental kind of the European name Frank, originating during the crusades, as soon as the Franks that's, the French, by extension others nations of western European countries) became familiar to the Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European of the western nations: a standard designation on the list of Turks, Arabs, and other Oriental individuals regarding western foreigner.
    • an associate of 1 for the German tribes that when you look at the fifth century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • A franked little bit of mail.
    • the grey heron.
    • [A readoption for the Oriental form of the European title Frank, originating at the time of the crusades, as soon as the Franks this is certainly, the French, and also by extension others nations of western Europe) became familiar toward Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European of this western countries: a typical designation among the Turks, Arabs, along with other Oriental peoples for western foreigner.
    • A native or inhabitant of Western European countries; a European; -- a phrase found in the Levant.
    • a part of ancient Germanic peoples whom distribute from the Rhine in to the Roman Empire inside 4th century
    • A French coin. See Franc.
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • A native or inhabitant of Western Europe; a European; -- a term found in the Levant.
    • a part of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this title in 3rd century, and later sectioned off into three groups, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, and Salian or Salic Franks.
    • A French coin. See Franc.
    • A pigsty.
    • A French money. See Franc.
    • A member of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this name in third century, and afterward sectioned off into three teams, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, therefore the Salian or Salic Franks.
    • [A readoption associated with Oriental type of the European title Frank, originating at the time of the crusades, as soon as the Franks this is certainly, the French, and also by extension others countries of western Europe) became familiar into the Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European of this western countries: a common designation one of the Turks, Arabs, also Oriental peoples for western foreigner.
    • complimentary postage, a right exercised by governing bodies (usually with definite article).
    • A former spelling of franc.
    • an associate of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this name in the 3rd century, and afterwards sectioned off into three teams, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, and the Salian or Salic Franks.
    • [A readoption of this Oriental kind of the European name Frank, originating during the time of the crusades, if the Franks that's, the French, by extension one other countries of western European countries) became familiar to your Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European of the western nations: a typical designation among the Turks, Arabs, alongside Oriental peoples for almost any western foreigner.
    • The notice on an envelope in which a stamp would ordinarily be located.
    • The common heron; -- so-called from the note.
    • A name of the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • [A readoption for the Oriental as a type of the European title Frank, originating during the crusades, whenever Franks that's, the French, by extension others countries of western European countries) became familiar to your Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European of the western nations: a typical designation among the list of Turks, Arabs, and other Oriental peoples for almost any western foreigner.
    • A mark or trademark placed on a piece of mail to point the right to deliver it cost-free.
    • A hot puppy or sausage.
    • A mark or signature added to an item of mail to point the right to deliver it totally free.
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or chicken generally smoked; usually served on a bread roll
    • The right to deliver mail complimentary.
    • the grey heron.
    • A mark or trademark added to some mail to point the right to send it free of charge.
    • A franked piece of mail.
    • A pigsty.
    • the ability to deliver mail complimentary.
    • The right to send mail free.
    • A hot dog or sausage.
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • The signature or indorsement of someone keeping the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed in the wrapper in token of the right associated with inclosure to pass through no-cost.
    • A franked little bit of post.
    • the grey heron.
    • A franked piece of mail.
    • A pigsty.
    • a part of this old Germanic peoples whom distribute from Rhine into the Roman Empire in 4th century
    • the normal heron; -- so called from its note.
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • Informal A frankfurter.
    • A letter therefore indorsed, sent by post free from postage.
    • Free postage, the right exercised by governments (usually with definite article).
    • A mark or trademark placed on a piece of post to indicate the ability to send it free.
    • The trademark or indorsement of one keeping the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed from the wrapper in token regarding the right of the inclosure to pass no-cost.
    • the normal heron; -- so called from its note.
    • Free postage, the right exercised by governments (usually with definite article).
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • A letter therefore indorsed, delivered by mail free of postage.
    • the ability to send post complimentary.
    • The notice on an envelope where a stamp would normally be found.
    • The privilege of delivering letters or any other post matter, free of postage, or at no cost; additionally, the sign, mark, or signature denoting that a letter or other mail matter will be get free of postage. Called in addition the franking privilege.
    • The notice on an envelope in which a stamp would typically be located.
    • complimentary postage, the right exercised by governments (usually with definite article).
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • A franked little bit of post.
    • The notice on an envelope in which a stamp would typically be found.
    • a part of 1 of this German tribes that in 5th century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • A hot dog or sausage.
    • Casual A frankfurter.
    • The trademark or indorsement of an individual keeping the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed regarding wrapper in token for the right associated with inclosure to pass through free.
    • A hot dog or sausage.
    • A native or inhabitant of Western Europe; a European; -- a phrase found in the Levant.
    • The trademark or indorsement of someone holding the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed in the wrapper in token for the right for the inclosure to pass no-cost.
    • the grey heron.
    • The trademark or indorsement of a person holding the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed from the wrapper in token of this right of the inclosure to pass through no-cost.
    • A French money. See Franc.
    • the grey heron.
    • The trademark or indorsement of an individual keeping the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed in the wrapper in token of this right of this inclosure to pass no-cost.
    • A hot puppy or sausage.
    • A letter thus indorsed, delivered by post free from postage.
    • Free postage, the right exercised by governing bodies (usually with definite article).
    • A pigsty.
    • The privilege of delivering letters or other post matter, free of postage, or at no cost; additionally, the indication, mark, or trademark denoting that a letter or any other mail matter is go without any postage. Called in addition the franking privilege.
    • A letter thus indorsed, delivered by mail free of postage.
    • A pigsty.
    • the grey heron.
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • A letter thus indorsed, sent by mail free of postage.
    • A letter thus indorsed, delivered by mail without any postage.
    • The notice on an envelope where a stamp would typically be located.
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • A member of 1 of German tribes that within the 5th century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • an old spelling of franc.
    • A pigsty.
    • A native or inhabitant of west Europe; a European; -- a term used in the Levant.
    • the most popular heron; -- so named from the note.
    • the typical heron; -- so-called from its note.
    • A name for the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • a part of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this title within the 3rd century, and afterwards partioned into three teams, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, therefore the Salian or Salic Franks.
    • A hot dog or sausage.
    • A French coin. See Franc.
    • The privilege of sending letters or any other mail matter, free from postage, or without charge; also, the sign, mark, or signature denoting that a letter or other post matter is go without any postage. Known as additionally the franking privilege.
    • The common heron; -- so-called from its note.
    • an associate of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this name when you look at the 3rd century, and afterward sectioned off into three teams, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, plus the Salian or Salic Franks.
    • [A readoption of this Oriental as a type of the European name Frank, originating during the time of the crusades, once the Franks which, the French, by expansion others countries of western European countries) became familiar toward Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European for the western countries: a typical designation one of the Turks, Arabs, also Oriental individuals for just about any western foreigner.
    • A former spelling of franc.
    • the grey heron.
    • A member of 1 associated with German tribes that inside fifth century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • [A readoption for the Oriental kind of the European name Frank, originating at the time of the crusades, if the Franks this is certainly, the French, and by extension others nations of western European countries) became familiar into Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European associated with western nations: a standard designation on the list of Turks, Arabs, alongside Oriental individuals for western foreigner.
    • A former spelling of franc.
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or chicken generally smoked; usually supported on a bread roll
    • an old spelling of franc.
    • an old spelling of franc.
    • an old spelling of franc.
    • A native or inhabitant of west European countries; a European; -- a term found in the Levant.
    • A name for the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • A name regarding the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • A pigsty.
    • A name regarding the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • A French coin. See Franc.
    • A name associated with the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • A name regarding the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • A member of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this title when you look at the 3rd century, and afterwards sectioned off into three teams, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, additionally the Salian or Salic Franks.
    • the normal heron; -- so called from the note.
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced meat or chicken generally smoked; often supported on a bread roll
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced meat or pork generally smoked; usually served on a bread roll
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced meat or pork typically smoked; often supported on a bread roll
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced meat or pork usually smoked; often offered on a bread roll
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked; frequently supported on a bread roll
    • The privilege of delivering letters or other mail matter, free from postage, or at no cost; in addition, the indication, mark, or trademark denoting that a letter or other post matter is go free of postage. Known as also the franking privilege.
    • [A readoption associated with Oriental form of the European name Frank, originating at the time of the crusades, once the Franks that's, the French, and also by expansion one other nations of western European countries) became familiar to the Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European of western countries: a standard designation among the Turks, Arabs, as well as other Oriental peoples for almost any western foreigner.
    • an associate of just one of German tribes that in the 5th century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • a part of the old Germanic peoples which distribute through the Rhine to the Roman Empire into the 4th century
    • A native or inhabitant of Western Europe; a European; -- a phrase used in the Levant.
    • The privilege of sending letters or any other post matter, free of postage, or at no cost; additionally, the sign, mark, or trademark denoting that a letter or other post matter is to go without postage. Called additionally the franking privilege.
    • A French money. See Franc.
    • A member of one associated with the German tribes that inside 5th century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • The privilege of delivering letters or other post matter, without any postage, or without charge; additionally, the indication, mark, or trademark denoting that a letter or other mail matter would be to go without any postage. Called also the franking privilege.
    • a member of old Germanic individuals whom distribute from the Rhine to the Roman Empire in the 4th century
    • a member of this ancient Germanic peoples just who distribute from Rhine to the Roman Empire when you look at the 4th century
    • an associate of just one for the German tribes that within the 5th century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • a member for the ancient Germanic individuals who distribute from the Rhine in to the Roman Empire in the 4th century
    • A member of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this title when you look at the third century, and afterwards partioned into three groups, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, additionally the Salian or Salic Franks.
    • A native or inhabitant of west Europe; a European; -- a phrase used in the Levant.
    • a part associated with the ancient Germanic individuals whom spread from the Rhine to the Roman Empire in the 4th century
    • A French money. See Franc.
    • The trademark or indorsement of people holding the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed regarding the wrapper in token associated with the right regarding the inclosure to pass no-cost.
    • A native or inhabitant of west Europe; a European; -- a phrase utilized in the Levant.
    • a member associated with old Germanic individuals whom distribute from the Rhine in to the Roman Empire in 4th century
    • [A readoption of this Oriental type of the European title Frank, originating at the time of the crusades, if the Franks that's, the French, by expansion others nations of western European countries) became familiar to your Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European of western nations: a common designation one of the Turks, Arabs, along with other Oriental individuals for any western foreigner.
    • A letter therefore indorsed, sent by mail without any postage.
    • A French money. See Franc.
    • an associate of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this name inside 3rd century, and afterward separated into three groups, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, while the Salian or Salic Franks.
    • The trademark or indorsement of a person holding the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed on wrapper in token associated with the right of this inclosure to pass no-cost.
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • a part of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this name within the 3rd century, and afterwards separated into three groups, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, in addition to Salian or Salic Franks.
    • The privilege of giving letters or other mail matter, free of postage, or at no cost; in addition, the sign, mark, or trademark denoting that a letter or other post matter would be to get free of postage. Called in addition the franking privilege.
    • [A readoption regarding the Oriental kind of the European title Frank, originating during the crusades, if the Franks that is, the French, and by expansion others nations of western Europe) became familiar towards Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European of this western countries: a common designation among the list of Turks, Arabs, also Oriental peoples for any western foreigner.
    • A letter therefore indorsed, sent by mail without postage.
    • a part of one of German tribes that when you look at the 5th century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
    • [A readoption for the Oriental kind of the European title Frank, originating during the crusades, when the Franks that's, the French, and by expansion one other countries of western Europe) became familiar into the Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European of western countries: a typical designation one of the Turks, Arabs, as well as other Oriental individuals for just about any western foreigner.
    • The signature or indorsement of someone holding the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed in the wrapper in token for the right of this inclosure to pass free.
    • A native or inhabitant of west Europe; a European; -- a phrase found in the Levant.
    • A letter thus indorsed, delivered by mail free of postage.
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • A French coin. See Franc.
    • an old spelling of franc.
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • a part of a body of Germanic tribes which coalesced under this name into the 3rd century, and afterwards separated into three groups, the Chatti, the Ripuarian Franks, and Salian or Salic Franks.
    • A name regarding the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • [A readoption associated with the Oriental form of the European title Frank, originating during the time of the crusades, once the Franks which, the French, and by expansion another nations of western Europe) became familiar into the Turks, Arabs, etc. See Feringee.] A European for the western countries: a typical designation one of the Turks, Arabs, as well as other Oriental individuals for western foreigner.
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork often smoked; frequently offered on a bread roll
    • A former spelling of franc.
    • A former spelling of franc.
    • A name regarding the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • A name of the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • The signature or indorsement of one holding the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed from the wrapper in token regarding the right of this inclosure to pass through no-cost.
    • A letter hence indorsed, delivered by post free of postage.
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced meat or chicken often smoked; frequently served on a bread roll
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork often smoked; usually supported on a bread roll
    • an associate regarding the old Germanic peoples who spread through the Rhine into the Roman Empire into the 4th century
    • The signature or indorsement of you keeping the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed regarding wrapper in token regarding the right for the inclosure to pass free.
    • A letter hence indorsed, sent by post without any postage.
    • a member for the ancient Germanic individuals who spread through the Rhine in to the Roman Empire in 4th century
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • A former spelling of franc.
    • A name for the heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • an associate of ancient Germanic individuals whom distribute from Rhine to the Roman Empire into the 4th century
    • The trademark or indorsement of someone holding the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed from the wrapper in token of the right of the inclosure to pass through free.
    • A letter hence indorsed, sent by post free of postage.
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced meat or pork frequently smoked; frequently supported on a bread roll
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • an old spelling of franc.
    • A name associated with heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • a part associated with ancient Germanic peoples whom spread from the Rhine into the Roman Empire within the 4th century
    • The signature or indorsement of an individual holding the privilege of franking mail-matter, written or impressed regarding wrapper in token associated with the right regarding the inclosure to pass through free.
    • A former spelling of franc.
    • A letter hence indorsed, delivered by post without postage.
    • A name associated with heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced meat or pork usually smoked; frequently supported on a bread roll
    • A pigsty; a pen for fattening boars.
    • a member associated with ancient Germanic peoples which distribute from the Rhine in to the Roman Empire into the 4th century
    • A former spelling of franc.
    • A name of heron, Ardea cinerea.
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork frequently smoked; often served on a bread roll
    • a smooth-textured sausage of minced meat or pork usually smoked; usually served on a bread roll
    • a member regarding the old Germanic peoples who distribute from the Rhine to the Roman Empire within the 4th century
    • a member associated with ancient Germanic individuals just who spread from Rhine in to the Roman Empire into the 4th century
  • verb:
    • to put a frank on an envelope.
    • To place a frank on an envelope.
    • to put a frank on an envelope.
    • to put a frank on an envelope.
    • To place a frank on an envelope.
    • To place a frank on an envelope.
    • to position a frank on an envelope.
    • to put a frank on an envelope.
    • exempt in the form of the state pass or letter, as from traditions or other checks
    • stamp with a postmark to point date and time of mailing
    • to put a frank on an envelope.
    • to put a frank on an envelope.
    • to position a frank on an envelope.
    • exempt by means of an official pass or page, as from traditions or other inspections
    • stamp with a postmark to indicate date and time of mailing
    • To place a frank on an envelope.
    • To place a frank on an envelope.
    • to put a frank on an envelope.
    • To place a frank on an envelope.
    • exempt by way of the state pass or letter, as from traditions or any other inspections
    • stamp with a postmark to indicate time and date of mailing
    • exempt through the state pass or page, as from traditions or other inspections
    • exempt by means of the official pass or letter, as from customs or any other inspections
    • exempt through the official pass or letter, as from customs or other inspections
    • exempt in the form of the state pass or page, as from traditions or any other checks
    • exempt in the form of the state pass or page, as from customs or other checks
    • stamp with a postmark to indicate time and date of mailing
    • stamp with a postmark to indicate date and time of mailing
    • stamp with a postmark to indicate time and date of mailing
    • stamp with a postmark to point date and time of mailing
    • stamp with a postmark to point time and date of mailing
    • exempt in the shape of an official pass or page, as from traditions or any other inspections
    • stamp with a postmark to indicate date and time of mailing
    • exempt in the shape of the state pass or page, as from customs or any other checks
    • exempt by means of the state pass or letter, as from traditions or other inspections
    • stamp with a postmark to point time and date of mailing
    • stamp with a postmark to indicate date and time of mailing
    • exempt by means of the state pass or page, as from traditions or other checks
    • stamp with a postmark to indicate time and date of mailing
    • exempt in the form of the state pass or page, as from customs or other inspections
    • stamp with a postmark to point date and time of mailing
    • exempt in the form of an official pass or page, as from customs or other checks
    • stamp with a postmark to indicate time and date of mailing
    • exempt by means of an official pass or letter, as from customs or any other inspections
    • stamp with a postmark to indicate date and time of mailing
  • others:
    • totally free; open; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • Liberal; large; maybe not niggardly.
    • without disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; honest and unreserved in manner: since, a frank disposition; a frank avowal.
    • Freely disclosed; clearly manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, frank lack of knowledge or impoverishment.
    • Unrestrained; using no-cost license.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, an such like. (identify candid); plain, unreserved, undisguised.
    • To deliver or reason enough to be delivered by public conveyance free from expense: since, to frank a letter.
    • thus To facilitate the passage or moves of; supply the right of way to, as a traveler.
    • In carpentry, to form the shared of, as that a window-sash where crosspieces associated with the framework intersect each other, by cutting away no longer wood than is sufficient showing a miter.
    • totally free; available; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • Liberal; large; not niggardly.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • clear of disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; sincere and unreserved in way: as, a frank disposition; a frank avowal.
    • To shut-up in a frank or sty: often with up.
    • easily revealed; obviously manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, frank lack of knowledge or poverty.
    • To give; cram; fatten.
    • Unrestrained; using free license.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, an such like. (see candid); basic, unreserved, undisguised.
    • To deliver or reason enough to be sent by community conveyance free from expense: because, to frank a letter.
    • thus To facilitate the passage or moves of; supply the right of way to, as a traveler.
    • In woodworking, to create the joint of, as that of a window-sash where in actuality the crosspieces associated with frame intersect both, by cutting away no more lumber than is enough to exhibit a miter.
    • totally free; open; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • Free; available; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • Liberal; ample; not niggardly.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty: usually with up.
    • Liberal; nice; perhaps not niggardly.
    • complimentary; open; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • free of disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; honest and unreserved in way: because, a frank personality; a frank avowal.
    • To give; cram; fatten.
    • Liberal; large; maybe not niggardly.
    • easily revealed; demonstrably manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, frank ignorance or poverty.
    • complimentary; open; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • Free from disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; genuine and unreserved in fashion: as, a frank disposition; a frank avowal.
    • Unrestrained; using no-cost license.
    • Liberal; big; perhaps not niggardly.
    • easily revealed; clearly manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, honest lack of knowledge or impoverishment.
    • totally free; available; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, an such like. (identify candid); ordinary, unreserved, undisguised.
    • without disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; honest and unreserved in fashion: since, a frank personality; a frank avowal.
    • totally free; available; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • Unrestrained; using free license.
    • Free from disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; honest and unreserved in fashion: because, a frank personality; a frank avowal.
    • To send or cause to be sent by community conveyance free from expenditure: as, to frank a letter.
    • Liberal; good; not niggardly.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, etc. (identify candid); basic, unreserved, undisguised.
    • easily disclosed; clearly manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, frank ignorance or poverty.
    • Liberal; ample; maybe not niggardly.
    • thus To facilitate the passageway or motions of; supply the right of way to, as a traveler.
    • Free from disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; sincere and unreserved in manner: since, a frank disposition; a frank avowal.
    • Unrestrained; making use of no-cost license.
    • To send or reason to be sent by general public conveyance free from expense: since, to frank a letter.
    • clear of disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; genuine and unreserved in fashion: as, a frank disposition; a frank avowal.
    • In woodworking, to create the joint of, as that of a window-sash where in fact the crosspieces of frame intersect each other, by cutting away you can forget timber than is sufficient to exhibit a miter.
    • Freely revealed; obviously manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, frank ignorance or poverty.
    • Freely revealed; demonstrably manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, honest ignorance or impoverishment.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, an such like. (see candid); plain, unreserved, undisguised.
    • thus To facilitate the passageway or motions of; supply the right-of-way to, as a traveler.
    • Unrestrained; making use of free license.
    • easily disclosed; plainly manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, honest ignorance or poverty.
    • Unrestrained; using free license.
    • To deliver or cause to be sent by public conveyance free from expense: as, to frank a letter.
    • In woodworking, to make the joint of, as that of a window-sash where in actuality the crosspieces of frame intersect each other, by cutting away no further timber than is sufficient showing a miter.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, an such like. (identify candid); ordinary, unreserved, undisguised.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, an such like. (identify candid); ordinary, unreserved, undisguised.
    • Unrestrained; using no-cost license.
    • thus To facilitate the passageway or moves of; provide the right-of-way to, as a traveler.
    • To deliver or reason to be delivered by community conveyance without any expenditure: because, to frank a letter.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, etc. (see candid); basic, unreserved, undisguised.
    • To deliver or reason enough to be delivered by community conveyance free of cost: as, to frank a letter.
    • In woodworking, to make the joint of, as that a window-sash in which the crosspieces for the framework intersect both, by cutting away you can forget wood than is sufficient to show a miter.
    • Hence To facilitate the passage or movements of; give the right of way to, as a traveler.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • thus To facilitate the passage or movements of; supply the right-of-way to, as a traveler.
    • To deliver or reason to be sent by public conveyance free from expenditure: because, to frank a letter.
    • In woodworking, to create the joint of, as compared to a window-sash where crosspieces regarding the frame intersect each other, by cutting away no longer wood than is sufficient to exhibit a miter.
    • In woodworking, to create the joint of, as compared to a window-sash in which the crosspieces of this framework intersect one another, by cutting away forget about lumber than is enough showing a miter.
    • thus To facilitate the passage or moves of; provide the right-of-way to, as a traveler.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • In woodworking, to make the joint of, as compared to a window-sash where crosspieces regarding the framework intersect each other, by cutting away no longer timber than is enough to exhibit a miter.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty: often with up.
    • To give; cram; fatten.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • To shut-up in a frank or sty: typically with up.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty: often with up.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty: usually with up.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • To give; cram; fatten.
    • To feed; cram; fatten.
    • To feed; cram; fatten.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty: typically with up.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty: generally with up.
    • To give; cram; fatten.
    • To give; cram; fatten.
    • Free; open; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • totally free; open; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • Liberal; good; not niggardly.
    • clear of disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; genuine and unreserved in way: since, a frank personality; a frank avowal.
    • Liberal; big; maybe not niggardly.
    • without disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; genuine and unreserved in fashion: because, a frank personality; a frank avowal.
    • Freely disclosed; plainly manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, honest lack of knowledge or poverty.
    • Unrestrained; using free license.
    • Freely disclosed; obviously manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, frank lack of knowledge or poverty.
    • totally free; available; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, etc. (see candid); plain, unreserved, undisguised.
    • Unrestrained; utilizing no-cost permit.
    • Liberal; large; perhaps not niggardly.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, an such like. (see candid); ordinary, unreserved, undisguised.
    • To deliver or cause to be sent by general public conveyance without cost: since, to frank a letter.
    • free of disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; sincere and unreserved in way: because, a frank disposition; a frank avowal.
    • thus To facilitate the passageway or movements of; supply the right of way to, as a traveler.
    • To send or reason to be delivered by community conveyance without cost: as, to frank a letter.
    • easily revealed; clearly manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, frank lack of knowledge or poverty.
    • ergo To facilitate the passage or motions of; supply the right of way to, as a traveler.
    • In woodworking, to make the joint of, as compared to a window-sash where in actuality the crosspieces associated with the framework intersect one another, by cutting away you can forget lumber than is sufficient showing a miter.
    • Unrestrained; utilizing free license.
    • In woodworking, to form the joint of, as compared to a window-sash where in actuality the crosspieces associated with the frame intersect each other, by cutting away forget about lumber than is sufficient to demonstrate a miter.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, etc. (identify candid); plain, unreserved, undisguised.
    • complimentary; open; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • To deliver or reason to be sent by community conveyance without any expenditure: because, to frank a letter.
    • Liberal; good; maybe not niggardly.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • For this reason To facilitate the passage or moves of; give the right-of-way to, as a traveler.
    • In carpentry, to form the combined of, as compared to a window-sash where the crosspieces of framework intersect each other, by cutting away no more wood than is enough showing a miter.
    • complimentary; open; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • To shut-up in a frank or sty: frequently with up.
    • Liberal; big; perhaps not niggardly.
    • complimentary; available; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • To give; cram; fatten.
    • without disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; honest and unreserved in way: as, a frank disposition; a frank avowal.
    • without disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; genuine and unreserved in fashion: since, a frank personality; a frank avowal.
    • Freely revealed; demonstrably manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, frank lack of knowledge or poverty.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • Freely disclosed; demonstrably manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, honest ignorance or impoverishment.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • Unrestrained; utilizing no-cost license.
    • Unrestrained; utilizing free permit.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty: frequently with up.
    • Liberal; ample; maybe not niggardly.
    • To shut-up in a frank or sty: usually with up.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, etc. (identify candid); plain, unreserved, undisguised.
    • totally free; available; unrestrained; unconditioned.
    • without disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; sincere and unreserved in manner: because, a frank disposition; a frank avowal.
    • To feed; cram; fatten.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, etc. (see candid); ordinary, unreserved, undisguised.
    • To feed; cram; fatten.
    • To send or reason enough to be sent by public conveyance without any expenditure: as, to frank a letter.
    • For this reason To facilitate the passage or motions of; provide the right-of-way to, as a traveler.
    • Freely revealed; plainly manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, honest ignorance or poverty.
    • To deliver or cause to be delivered by public conveyance free of cost: as, to frank a letter.
    • Liberal; substantial; not niggardly.
    • Unrestrained; making use of no-cost permit.
    • In woodworking, to form the joint of, as that of a window-sash where the crosspieces of frame intersect one another, by cutting away forget about wood than is enough showing a miter.
    • thus To facilitate the passage or movements of; supply the right of way to, as a traveler.
    • Free from disguise or concealment; candid in utterance; genuine and unreserved in manner: since, a frank personality; a frank avowal.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, etc. (see candid); ordinary, unreserved, undisguised.
    • To send or reason enough to be sent by general public conveyance without expenditure: because, to frank a letter.
    • easily disclosed; obviously manifest; undisguised; indubitable: as, honest lack of knowledge or impoverishment.
    • Unrestrained; making use of free license.
    • In carpentry, to make the joint of, as compared to a window-sash in which the crosspieces regarding the framework intersect one another, by cutting away no further lumber than is enough showing a miter.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • Synonyms Open, Ingenuous, an such like. (see candid); plain, unreserved, undisguised.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty: generally with up.
    • To feed; cram; fatten.
    • To deliver or cause to be sent by community conveyance free of expense: because, to frank a letter.
    • Hence To facilitate the passage or motions of; give the right of way to, as a traveler.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • In woodworking, to form the joint of, as compared to a window-sash where the crosspieces for the frame intersect both, by cutting away no further lumber than is enough to demonstrate a miter.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty: often with up.
    • To feed; cram; fatten.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • For this reason To facilitate the passageway or movements of; give the right-of-way to, as a traveler.
    • To shut up in a frank or sty: usually with up.
    • In carpentry, to make the joint of, as that a window-sash where in actuality the crosspieces of the frame intersect one another, by cutting away no longer timber than is sufficient to show a miter.
    • To feed; cram; fatten.
    • Sty-fed. See I.
    • To shut-up in a frank or sty: frequently with up.
    • To give; cram; fatten.

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