forthrightness


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  • noun

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the quality of being honest and straightforward in attitude and speech

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senator, Martinez was respected in both parties for his forthrightness in addressing the problem of America's undocumented workers and other issues affecting U.
The President recalled his numerous meetings with Late Qazi Hussain Ahmed and said that he was impressed with his forthrightness, sincerity and commitment.
She said she believed her forthrightness may have saved lives, as well as encouraged male CEOs, especially Andrew S.
From the outset, the development of the Kizashi medium sedan revolved around the five key elements representing the Suzuki 'Way Of Life': forthrightness, value, sportiness, spirit and excitement.
Ahmad Raza Tahir noted that, even today, such police officers do exist in Lahore Police whose, honesty and forthrightness is above any doubt, as they perform their duties as a sacred mission.
This would force the inspector to do his work with the highest degree of efficiency and forthrightness," he further suggested.
Tillerson is a man whose success, forthrightness and experience make him a sound choice for helping give WPI graduates their sendoff.
The action was based not only from the actual vote for Joe Straus, in opposition to vast majority of input she received from her constituents and supporters, but her lack of honesty and forthrightness in discussions after the election, as well as revelations of events before the election.
Obama came, spoke, and won many hearts with his warmth and forthrightness.
Which is to suggest that despite Carter's apparent forthrightness elsewhere, this show, if more coy than equivocating, didn't quite give up the ghost.
But smug colleagues in rival banks who patronised and prevaricated earlier in the week should perhaps look, listen and learn from Mr Hester's cautious forthrightness.
But Kelly and Bunce used to get on my wick with some of their judgementalism and forthrightness.
The problem that I have with his decision was not that he made the changes, but rather in how he did it--the timing, the lack of forthrightness, and the inherent lack of honesty in the process are what really trouble me.
His unwillingness to praise Bush personally and his forthrightness in calling world leaders to account at the UN will earn him the respect of many at home and abroad.
She is to be commended for her honesty and forthrightness in recalling her roots.