I put it frankly
, with a dash of humor," he said, pleasantly.
Every one rejoiced frankly
at this windfall for Monsieur de Valois, who went about consulting moneyed people as to the safest manner of investing this fragment of his past opulence.
and loyally," replied the cardinal, in the same tone.
To a question put so frankly
, I will reply frankly
No service was too humble for him to perform in the aid of the South, no adventure to perilous for him to undertake if consistent with the character of a civilian who was at heart a soldier, and who in good faith and without too much qualification assented to at least a part of the frankly
villainous dictum that all is fair in love and war.
Certainly, the best mean, to clear the way in this same wood of suspicions, is frankly
to communicate them with the party, that he suspects; for thereby he shall be sure to know more of the truth of them, than he did before; and withal shall make that party more circumspect, not to give further cause of suspicion.
I had carefully prepared myself to take rather a back seat in that ship because of the uncommonly select material that would alone be permitted to pass through the camel's eye of that committee on credentials; I had schooled myself to expect an imposing array of military and naval heroes and to have to set that back seat still further back in consequence of it maybe; but I state frankly
that I was all unprepared for this crusher.
I dare say he would have paid more, but frankly
I was so taken aback that I lost my head; I accepted the offer before I was able to collect myself.
I told the man frankly
that at the time we did not have in our hands one dollar of the money needed.
I could not be eloquent, nor could I frankly
mention my doubts to the Brothers and to the Grand Master.
He had found Lydgate, for whom he had the sincerest respect, under circumstances which claimed his thorough and frankly
declared sympathy; and the reason why, in spite of that claim, it would have been better for Will to have avoided all further intimacy, or even contact, with Lydgate, was precisely of the kind to make such a course appear impossible.
I brought Thackeray, and I remember that one day when I had read half an hour or so in the 'Book of Snobs,' the leading editor said frankly
, Well, now, he guessed we had had enough of that.
It seems the jolly old fellow made hosts of friends in the first Oz book, in spite of the fact that he frankly
acknowledged himself "a humbug.
But Tip frankly
hated her, and took no pains to hide his feelings.
, this man as an open enemy today could bring more harm upon us than if any neutral Power you could name were to join the Triple Alliance.