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Synonyms for forthright

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Synonyms for forthright

characterized by directness in manner or speech

directly and without evasion

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Kevin Ghunowa produced 28-1 outsider Mr Forthright with a late surge to thwart Oystermouth, while Jim Crowley was at his strongest on Harrison's Flyer.
Forthright submitted a joint proposal with the incumbent New Jersey PIP contractor, the National Arbitration Forum (NAF), and was notified it had won the contract on January 19, 2011.
The professor wasn't addressing a medical congress who could filter his words or the Government with whom he must be forthright, he was addressing the whole of society, including the vulnerable, the gullible and the easily led.
Tote Ebor Handicap entry Salute Him, Tango Foxtrot, 7lb higher than when winning over 1m2f at the Curragh on Sunday, and Zafar are among the more obvious dangers, but off a mark only 3lb higher than last year, Forthright gets the vote to score under last year's winning rider, Seamie Heffernan.
All six runners were in close contention with five furlongs to go but as they just strode inside the final half-mile, Forthright, nudged along by Ruby Walsh, moved up into third.
FORTHRIGHT looks ready to make the headlines today in the Carlow People Newspaper Handicap at Gowran Park.
Despite that admission, Chimbole has maintained good relations with the populace of Lancaster because he has been forthright in the fact that Palmdale has been, and will always be, first place in his love for all of the Antelope Valley.
Ireland's Aer Lingus issued a detailed and forthright rejection of a takeover bid by low-cost rival Ryanair on Friday and urged its shareholders to snub an offer valuing it at EUR1.
The forthright fashion with which these decisions are being discussed and made is an important step to restoring investor confidence in New Jersey.
Hoye is an affable, helpful, forthright McBain who can also "talk the talk" of Gotham's cops and robbers.
His forthright support of state graduation standards, at a time when other superintendents were praying for a reprieve, was critical to the success of the Massachusetts education-reform efforts.
On May 13, 2006, Julia Sweeney received the Humanist Pioneer Award from the American Humanist Association for her courage in challenging religion and her willingness to publicly express a forthright secular and humanistic outlook in her performances and public life.
Latin American voters now are being asked in a serious and forthright way to select their leaders, and to take responsibility for their vote.
Laced with ancestral invocations and the confluences of polity, these are forthright poems that pound with heart rhythms, ooze with street love and call for a brazen fist.
George Washington, by contrast, was everything Horatio Gates was not: forthright, patriotic, and brave.