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frankly definition

  • adverb:
    • In a frank fashion; candidly.
    • In truth; honestly: honestly, I don't care.
    • in a frank, open or (also) honest way.
    • in reality, to tell the truth.
    • In a frank fashion; freely.
    • (used as intensives showing the presenter's attitude) it really is sincerely the case that
    • In a frank way; candidly.
    • in fact; genuinely: honestly, I don't care.
    • in a frank, available or (also) honest manner.
    • in fact, in truth.
    • In a frank way; easily.
    • In a frank manner; candidly.
    • in fact; genuinely: honestly, I don't care.
    • in a frank, available or (also) honest manner.
    • (used as intensives reflecting the speaker's attitude) its sincerely the actual situation that
    • in fact, to be honest.
    • In a frank way; freely.
    • (used as intensives reflecting the speaker's mindset) its sincerely the way it is that
    • In a frank fashion; candidly.
    • In truth; truly: Frankly, I do not care.
    • in a frank, open or (too) honest manner.
    • In truth, to be honest.
    • In a frank manner; freely.
    • In a frank manner; candidly.
    • in reality; truthfully: Frankly, I do not care.
    • In a frank fashion; candidly.
    • in fact; seriously: Frankly, I do not care.
    • in a frank, available or (too) honest fashion.
    • in fact, in truth.
    • In a frank fashion; easily.
    • (used as intensives showing the presenter's mindset) its sincerely the situation that
    • in a frank, open or (also) honest way.
    • In truth, to be honest.
    • (used as intensives showing the speaker's attitude) its sincerely the outcome that
    • In a frank way; easily.
    • In a frank manner; candidly.
    • In a frank fashion; candidly.
    • In a frank way; candidly.
    • In a frank fashion; candidly.
    • In a frank manner; candidly.
    • in reality; truthfully: Frankly, I do not care.
    • In truth; really: Frankly, I do not care.
    • in fact; truthfully: honestly, I do not care.
    • In truth; seriously: Frankly, I don't care.
    • in fact; genuinely: honestly, I don't care.
    • in a frank, open or (also) honest manner.
    • in a frank, available or (too) truthful way.
    • in a frank, open or (also) honest fashion.
    • in fact, in truth.
    • In truth, to be honest.
    • in a frank, open or (too) truthful way.
    • in reality, to tell the truth.
    • in fact, to tell the truth.
    • In a frank manner; easily.
    • In a frank way; freely.
    • (used as intensives reflecting the speaker's mindset) it is sincerely the actual situation that
    • In a frank way; easily.
    • In a frank way; candidly.
    • In a frank manner; candidly.
    • In truth; truly: Frankly, I do not care.
    • in reality; in all honesty: Frankly, I don't care.
    • in a frank, open or (too) truthful fashion.
    • in a frank, open or (also) truthful manner.
    • In truth, in truth.
    • in reality, to be honest.
    • (used as intensives showing the presenter's attitude) it really is sincerely the way it is that
    • In a frank fashion; candidly.
    • in fact; really: Frankly, I do not care.
    • in a frank, available or (also) honest fashion.
    • In a frank manner; easily.
    • In a frank manner; freely.
    • In truth, to tell the truth.
    • In a frank way; easily.
    • (used as intensives showing the speaker's mindset) it is sincerely the scenario that
    • (used as intensives showing the speaker's mindset) it is sincerely the actual situation that
    • (used as intensives reflecting the speaker's mindset) it really is sincerely the scenario that
    • In a frank fashion; candidly.
    • In truth; actually: honestly, I don't care.
    • in a frank, available or (too) truthful fashion.
    • In truth, to tell the truth.
    • in a frank, available or (too) truthful way.
    • In a frank manner; freely.
    • In a frank manner; easily.
    • (used as intensives showing the presenter's attitude) it really is sincerely the scenario that
    • (used as intensives showing the speaker's attitude) it is sincerely the truth that
    • (used as intensives reflecting the presenter's mindset) its sincerely the actual situation that
    • (used as intensives reflecting the speaker's mindset) its sincerely the outcome that
    • In truth, to tell the truth.
    • In a frank manner; easily.
    • (used as intensives reflecting the presenter's attitude) it is sincerely the actual situation that
  • others:
    • In a frank or unreserved way; without reserve or disguise; candidly: as, to confess a person's faults honestly.
    • Freely; without barrier or restraint; willingly.
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
    • In a frank or unreserved manner; without reserve or disguise; candidly: since, to confess your faults honestly.
    • easily; without hindrance or restraint; willingly.
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
    • In a frank or unreserved manner; without reserve or disguise; candidly: since, to confess an individual's faults honestly.
    • Freely; without hindrance or restraint; willingly.
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
    • In a frank or unreserved fashion; without reserve or disguise; candidly: since, to confess a person's faults frankly.
    • Freely; without hindrance or discipline; willingly.
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
    • In a frank or unreserved fashion; without book or disguise; candidly: since, to confess your faults honestly.
    • easily; without barrier or restraint; willingly.
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
    • In a frank or unreserved manner; without reserve or disguise; candidly: since, to confess a person's faults honestly.
    • easily; without hindrance or discipline; willingly.
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
    • In a frank or unreserved way; without book or disguise; candidly: since, to confess a person's faults frankly.
    • In a frank or unreserved fashion; without book or disguise; candidly: since, to confess a person's faults honestly.
    • In a frank or unreserved way; without book or disguise; candidly: since, to confess one's faults honestly.
    • easily; without barrier or restraint; willingly.
    • Freely; without barrier or restraint; willingly.
    • easily; without hindrance or restraint; willingly.
    • Synonyms see frank, adjective
    • Synonyms see frank, adjective
    • Synonyms see frank, adjective
    • In a frank or unreserved way; without book or disguise; candidly: since, to confess one's faults frankly.
    • In a frank or unreserved fashion; without book or disguise; candidly: because, to confess one's faults honestly.
    • easily; without hindrance or discipline; willingly.
    • Freely; without barrier or discipline; willingly.
    • In a frank or unreserved fashion; without reserve or disguise; candidly: because, to confess one's faults honestly.
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
    • easily; without barrier or discipline; willingly.
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
    • In a frank or unreserved way; without reserve or disguise; candidly: since, to confess your faults honestly.
    • In a frank or unreserved manner; without reserve or disguise; candidly: as, to confess one's faults frankly.
    • easily; without barrier or discipline; willingly.
    • easily; without barrier or restraint; willingly.
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
    • In a frank or unreserved manner; without book or disguise; candidly: since, to confess a person's faults honestly.
    • easily; without barrier or discipline; willingly.
    • Synonyms see honest, adjective
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